I expect for 2019 a graphic and colourful style typical of the seventies, bright colours will join the pastel colours but also warm tones such as mustard and terracotta.
Rounded lines and a common denominator that has often recurred in recent years: less is more.
For 2019 we have focused on colour palettes, we have imagined new chairs dressed in nuances that starting from the colours of fire end up reaching soft tones like coral.
We have decided to use new materials that have dressed our chairs – from natural fabrics to the most technical materials.
A look at the fabulous 70s has characterized again the choices for the 2019 collection.
2018 had, in my opinion, a single recurring theme, a search for curvilinear and rounded shapes dictated above all by the nostalgia for a bygone era, a reference to the sixties and seventies.
Warm and natural shades – earthy colours like green and brick have been the common denominator.
Our Lisa chair was the recurring theme of 2018, inspired by the elegant atmosphere of the 50s and 60s interiors and offered with velvet upholstery, one of the best-selling materials not only for 2018 but also for 2019. A versatile product that fit well in contract settings but also in elegant housing solutions. Multi-award-winning chair, it has won three international awards: the Archiproducts Design Awards 2018, the Good Design Awards 2018 and the Iconic Awards 2019.