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Objects that last over time: the R606 Uno chair by Bartoli Design & Fauciglietti Engineering for Segis at the ADI Design Museum in Milan

Objects that last over time: the R606 Uno chair by Bartoli Design & Fauciglietti Engineering for Segis at the ADI Design Museum in Milan it has been modified: 2021-08-01 di Vincenti Volonté Communication

The R606 Uno chair, designed by Bartoli Design with Fauciglietti Engineering for Segis, is among the objects that can be discovered atADI Design Museum in Milan, recently inaugurated.

Inside the museum you can immerse yourself in the history of design, walking among all the products that, since the year of the award, 1954, have been awarded this prestigious and authoritative recognition.

R606 Uno was awarded the 2008st Compasso d'Oro ADI in XNUMX and, since then, has kept intact its design value, its ability to amaze and last over time. Even today it is able to excite with its aesthetics and comfort.

The union between the Bartoli Design philosophy and the research on innovative material followed by Fauciglietti Engineering has therefore given life to a project that is simple and essential in its lines, capable of hiding a soft, comfortable and pleasant soul that surprises for its exclusive mix. of resistance and comfort, the result of a precise balance of materials: inside, a steel structure ensures the solidity of the element, while an elastic technopolymer allows a comfortable oscillation of the backrest and a welcoming seat.

The geometrically rigorous shapes and clean lines are opposed to the material that makes up the seat, soft, pleasant to the touch and able to accommodate movements by modeling itself on the shapes of the body and generating a sense of great comfort.

As Bartoli Design explains: “The chair was born from a study aimed at materials capable of ensuring resilience and comfort at the same time. Its simple design, readable like a child's drawing, makes it familiar. All this still represents our work today, aimed at creating comfortable products, welcoming for all the senses, destined to last over time. We are therefore very pleased that the seat has been included in the ADI Design Museum, allowing visitors to discover its design and creation process ".

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