Cassina continues its study of the
furniture of the city of Chandigarh and adds the Civil Bench to the Hommage à
Pierre Jeanneret Collection; a collection that stands out for its essential
forms and simple materials, a balance between modern Europ..
Caprice/Passion collection of chairs has now been extended by the addition of
two new stools. These are characterised by an aluminium stem base, while the
seat reflects the features of the Caprice chair and the Passion armchair,
This throne-like armchair is a
new iteration of the model that CRM donated, in 1904, to the “Willow Tea Rooms”
in Glasgow, his native city. The tall semi-circular back served to separate the
entrance area from the tea-room behind it. The back enco..
“This was a new kind of chair,
constructed totally out of leather, much cloned since then.” Thus Mario Bellini
describes Cab, a best-seller that he designed in the 1970s, which is now a
signature piece in Cassina’s I Contemporanei collection. Cab ..
A modular system featuring simple, essential volumes, Refolo was
created by Charlotte Perriand in Tokyo in 1953, yet remains as current as it
was then. The design prioritised functionality, leading the designer to
simplify shapes, drawing her insp..
Both pieces are inspired by the mountains. While the latter takes
its name from the milking-stool used by alpine shepherds, the former is
inspired by the French locality much loved by designer and architect Charlotte
Perriand. These furnishing acc..
This multi-purpose low table
was designed in 1953 by Charlotte Perriand for the residence of her husband who
was, at the time, head of Air France’s Japanese division in Tokyo. Only
nine examples of this stackable table were originally produc..
In addition to the new table
versions (dining, two new low table heights and a bar version), the Mexique
family is now enlarging with the introduction of two new stools available in
two different heights, 45 cm. and 72 cm. The “en forme libre” sea..
Part of the Collection Le Corbusier®, Pierre Jeanneret®, Charlotte
Perriand®, the iconic tabouret swivel stool draws inspiration from the Fauteuil
tournant designed by Charlotte Perriand for her Paris apartment in Place
Saint-Sulpice and tha..
Included in the Collection Le Corbusier, Pierre
Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, the Tabouret historic design stool has a very
special architectural shape that faithfully reflects the author’s love of
For use as a low stool, l..
dynamic lines. Ergonomic, decidedly contemporary design. The Alo swivel stool
designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini is a comfortable and versatile seat that can be
used all over the house. The shell of the Alo stool is made from moulded curved