A Show full of novelties is expected for Chairs & More, which this year acquires a new location at the fair by moving to Hall 12 Stand E15. A change that will give even greater importance to Dogo and Flora, collections that make their first entry onto the scene on this occasion.
Chairs & More once again bets on Roberto Paoli with Dogo, a collection of stackable chairs made of injection-molded polyurethane whose dry and decisive design hides behind a light silhouette a seat of great sturdiness, which makes its stylistic code of essentiality. A detail catches the eye: the thin legs of the base that engage directly on the body, leaving it as if suspended. Available with or without armrests, Dogo is presented in four trendy colors, namely, Living Coral, color Pantone 2019, blue, anthracite and white.
Flora is born from the successful collaboration with Studio Pastina, which last year had given birth to the Chips collection, an enveloping and compact armchair, composed of a tubular metal structure that embraces a polyurethane shell, covered in fireproof fabric. Flora is based on flat and regular volumes, rounded off by light curves that soften the look of the seat, making it cozy and comfortable. A dynamic product, whose originality is best expressed in the three-dimensional harmony of the lines that compose it and which make it look interesting from every point of view.
Another important novelty concerns Moyo, a chair designed by Antonio De Marco and Simone Fanciullacci, for which an unusual fan weave was designed for the back using the nautical rope. A choice that renews the aesthetics of the product, giving it even greater comfort.