Three Mattiazzi Collabs at Stockholm Furniture Fair
The sculptural accessories, design chairs and stools made of wood are inspired by the skill, craftsmanship and design language, which is very true to the material.
The Stockholm Furniture Fair (till February 10) will showcase collections from design brand Mattiazzi along with new collaborations from the Bouroullec brothers, Konstantin Grcic and the design duo formed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin.
Palmo Hooks by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
Available in light wood, dark wood and green finishes, the Palmo Hooks are sculptural accessories which don’t immediately reveal their purpose. With their organic forms, they make a stylish and practical addition to any wall to hang a coat, a bag or a hat.
Quindici by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
The French design duo add to their “Quindici” chair collection with a cushion, available in blue or gray.
Primo Stool by Konstantin Grcic
Comprised of the most basic elements: four legs, seat and backrest, designer Konstantin Grcic wanted to create an archetypal chair; the Primo Stool is an embodiment of high, vertical lines to give the chair an architectural look, disrupted by the curved backrest.
Made from solid beech, the black lacquered version highlights the strong and elegant silhouette of the chair. The oakwood version also comes finished in leather. Note that the chair legs are removable for practical storage or transportation.