We will once again take a walk through the most beautiful shows of the Fuorisalone.
What happens if a Majestic Greek column falls down and breaks into several pieces? The answer is obvious: it is transformed into a Gufram lounge. The remains are in fact contemporary archaeological finds, that give life to a modular system of seats — of n
eoclassical taste and Pop attitude — that can exist as single elements or be combined one with the other. This architectural archetype, produced in polyurethane, becomes in this way a series of objects of industrial design of smooth texture and cosy ergon
omics. The Ionic volute, which is the upper part of the column and was not by chance called Capitello, becomes a luxurious chaise longue. The transversal section is called Attica, and is the cheeky seat with a dotted black and white cushion. The section a
t the base, of cylindrical tapered shape, is the table Attica TL, with a bifacial glass surface, opaque on one side and mirror shiny on the other. If then, in an attempt towards auto ironic auto-celebration, you wish to showcase an archaeological find of
design in your home, you can stack them back one on the other and in this way recompose the entire Column in its monumental and playful daring.
|Height||400 mm / 660 mm|
|Seat finish||without upholstery|
|Backrest finish||with backrest|
|Armrest finish||without armrests|