Our stand at the Salone del Mobile 2018 presented the products of our catalogue together with two additions: VILLA, a chair in metal and mesh by Jun Yasumoto, as well as the expansion of the collection SPLIT by Francesco Meda.
The design of the stand was aimed at reproducing everyday scenes that work well with our products. The scenographic use of mirrors and its multiplier effect furthermore enhanced the spatial impression.


STECCA is not merely a chair, but a whole family of seating accommodations with catchy flowing shapes reminiscent of bentwood chairs. All the STECCA chairs are robust aluminium lightweights whose uses could not be more versatile, on top of all for outdoor. No matter where you encounter a STECCA, its easygoing and warm nature will always welcome you and invite you for a relaxed seating.


At first glance, PIAZZA appears familiar because it has the pleasant features of an old friend. The coffeehouse chair of the 1920’s served as a model for its balanced and friendly form as well as its high seating comfort. In its versatility it however surpasses its wooden ancestors. Manufactured in one single piece of plastic, it resists to wind and  weather. It is available in a subtle colour scheme which matches both old and new.


The SPLIT world definitely deserves to be explored: the chair’s got some original and innovative lines, while its inner qualities can be felt when sitting. Its frame and shell are composed of synthetic materials with variable portions of fiber glass. This ensures both a stable feet and a flexible seat. The use of materials is reduced to a minimum, giving SPLIT a physical and optical lightness. A close look at it will therefore reveal what it has to offer.


C1 is almost more minimalist than its name: reduced to the minimum, its contours reflect the very basic idea of a practical chair. A delicate tubular steel frame with simple seat and backrest enable it to acquire an emblematic character. Due to its simplicity and carefully designed details, C1 can be produced in four variations. For indoor or outdoor use, the implicitness of its appearance remains the same.