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- Composition: Polypropylene, Steel
- Dimensions: Depth: 52 cm Height: 77 cm Width: 55 cm
- Product code:58001510HI
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More about this item
Its elegant lines, sober colours and practical usage make Maui an extremely versatile chair, capable of satisfying the most diverse demands of the business and residential market. Maui chairs form a family rich in chromatic and formal variations, and are suited to the specific requirements of public areas, such as offices, workshops, waiting rooms, bars and restaurants, lecture and meeting halls, or home environments, such as the dining room, the children's bedrooms and the study. The unitised polypropylene seat/backrest is attached to a chromed steel structure. Set of 2 chairs.
More about Vico Magistretti
Was born in Milan on 6th of October 1920 and graduated in architecture in 1945. He then joined his father's studio and from 1948 onwards took part in various editions of the Milan triennial exhibition. In the 60's he began designing series production furniture,creating the first plastic chair, but this reached the production lines only in 1967. Twelve of his creations are part of the permanent collection of MoMa in New York. He is a member of the Academy San Luca in Rome; he is an honorary member and honorary visiting professor of the Royal College of Art of London, and was nominated royal designer for industry by the royal society of arts.
More about KARTELL
Kartell reinstated a new language for the modern furniture décor scenario by mixing innovation with new materials such as plastic. Technology and the willingness to go beyond the boundaries of human vision are the values behind Kartell: brilliant signature forms and objects without limits.