Salone del Mobile 2018: here are the Chairs & More news

Salone del Mobile 2018: here are the Chairs & More news it has been modified: 2018-06-07 di claudia ovan

Three new products signed by three different designers: this is how Chairs & More presents itself at the 2018 edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milan. With the inevitable appointment of the fair, the results of the research and development path cultivated in the last year come to light, conducted on the one hand by relying on the expert eye of known interlocutors and on the other by investing in new proposals.

From the long-standing collaboration with Roberto Paoli, already author of Babah, one of the chairs that most identifies the brand, this year Nube is born, a collection of chairs and stools in soft polyurethane, which consists of a shell formed by four curved elements similar to cushions, which can be mounted on wooden or metal bases, with either four legs or a sled base. With this new chair with soft and elegant lines, Paoli experiments with the plastic possibilities of the material, designing unusual and light shapes like bows of clouds, capable of harmoniously combining aesthetics and comfort.

Mousse lounge takes up the lines of a speech begun a year ago by Tommaso Caldera, young and award-winning designer. The Mousse family expands with a new armchair, where the initial concept is now interpreted by a seat with more generous shapes and an even more enveloping design. An interesting "variation on the theme" to widen the expressive possibilities of Mousse in the contract world.

The third novelty bears the signature of Studio Pastina, in its first collaboration with Chairs & More. It's called Chips and it's a line of seats with shell upholstered in fabric, mounted on beech wood or black metal bases. A fresh product, outlined by simple and decisive surfaces, which fully demonstrates the company's ability to get involved to give substance to innovative projects.

A salon full of news for Chairs & More, which with Nube, Chips and Mousse lounge presents three lively proposals, capable of interpreting different moods to enhance furnishing projects that range from the contract to the residential world.

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