The new is not per se the good Checking out Milan, part 1
Takeoff chair is inspired by the archetypal outdoor seating of the fifties and sixties, but its technical/sartorial details and wide coloured feet, like suction cups, evoke soft landings, creating an almost futuristic feel. The textile mesh seat, hooked o
nto the tubular metal structure with straps borrowed from the sporting world, envelops the body like a shell. Its circular shape, hoisted atop slender legs, gives a playful appearance, like a creature from Star Wars, recently arrived from a distant planet
: firmly planted on the floor, thanks to its large, round feet, but ready for take off at any time. With a shape as simple as Giotto's O, its construction reveals all the skill of a concise, expert design.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||oval|
|Colors||shades of orange|
shades of grey