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Apr 15, 2014 / 2 notes

Currently I´m very much in love with a very special Italian: Mattiazzi. The manufacturer which is specialising in sustainable woodwork just knows how to treat the material and transform it into beautiful furniture – together with splendid designers who add their very own signature to every collection.

The Uncino collection which was released at this year´s Salone del Mobile in Milan was designed by the uber-creative Bouroullec brothers. Definitely another series of chairs that my mind is revolving around – might be incidental as two of the models made of metal and carved ash wood are swivel chairs…

Somehow the collection reminds me of a minimalist ballet paying tribute to design icons of the early to mid 20th century while making a very strong modern statement, calling for concentration.

The creations in natural wood or with stained black finish come with two variations of backrests – one squarish and one more rectangular – and are available as three or four-legged version.

A very convincing example of exercising the essential. That´s how pure love can be.

Photographs (c) Gerhardt Kellermann

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