The Barbecue stool-bench (Vessel Collection) is the expression of a design based on the philosophy of dematerialization. Stool constructed in varnished flat and tubular steel. Cushion in cotton. All the structure is completely disassembled and each element that composes it is identifiable and traceable to its original state.
My attend to the design of pieces of furniture got shot of any practical nor aesthetic aim where object's function is subdued to the typical form. Form intended as substance and not as decorative appearance.
My goal is to create a product "that go beyond" merely practical and aesthetic goals in favour of an appreciation of a seamless plastic art. The function of this furniture is not the only factor used to determine its characteristics and looks
Of simple design and fully recyclable, It is designed in such a way that its parts are clearly identifiable and easy to dismantle (All parts can be dismantled). The weight, which is a part of the substance of the object, is the weight of the structure not more nor less.
Every elements that make up this product are easily found on the market. Purpose it was precisely to create a design using structural elements of sections (metal structures, bullonistica) commercial, so as the panels that make up the structure.
Size : D 34, H 45 Painted iron frame. Brown or white cotton cushion Frame colors: brick red, dove gray, charcoal, turquoise, purple, yellow, and white. Dimensions: Ø34 H 45