Colé Italian design label / previews Fuorisalone 2012

Colé Italian design label / previews Fuorisalone 2012 it has been modified: 2012-03-15 di Benedetto Fiori

Last year we premiered the newborn brand Colè that presents itself, one year after the birth fuorisalone 2012 proving its vitality, with both a rich series of innovations that express the research efforts of a new mood of Italian design, is confirming the success of the line Tria, of Lorenz and Kaz, completed with a table.

Blind, design Emmanuel Gallina
By Emmanuel Gallina born Blinds, a collection of elements in natural oak and matt lacquer that explore the traditional technique of roller shutter office furniture, now no longer in use, turning them into soft and unusual home furniture. From the "classic" containers with solid oak shutters, displaced by the use of color on the structure, to the desk, all in oak, which contrasts the shutter - which in ancient times contained feathers and inkwells - to the modern use to conceal telephone, tablet and laptop . The leather-covered iron accessories are functional: a writing surface and a magnetic slate to hang memos.



Aline, design Hagit Pincovici
"And white snow will descend without winds"... (Dante Alighieri). With its light and sophisticated style, the designer / artist Israeli Hagit Pincovici conceives a piece of furniture looking sleek and dreamlike. The handles mo 'bandage give the illusion of wire drawers, overlapping seemingly random, and are made of a material subjected to a novel treatment that gives them the opalescent quality and material of the glass paste. Aline more than a small chest of drawers might be the contemporary version of a precious cargo banded together to avoid losing our little treasures on the new Silk Road.


Tria Simple, design Lorenz / Kaz
It comes from a rib of the Tria and takes up its curve, for new unusual compositions. By itself it is a very simple seat, comfortable and essential, with a solid wood base supported by the now “classic” 4 triangular legs. Combined with the Tria Wood it suggests interesting and dynamic seating effects, which can be resolved around a table or get the effect of a bench.


Tria Table, design Lorenz / Kaz
Colé completes the range Tria with a table with 3 or 4 triangular legs in solid oak and a round or “pentagonal” top that naturally houses the sinuous shells of the seats.


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