Matteo Agati focuses on the concept of single seats with Fence, in a chair and armchair version, which plays on the interplay of pure shapes and contrasting materials. Wooden frame and steel stud with gun-metal grey finishing applied on a leg, cover in fabric or leather.
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Matteo Agati focuses on the concept of single seats with Fence, in a chair and armchair version, which plays on the interplay of pure shapes and contrasting materials. From the design idea that accompanied the genesis of this object, another chair also takes shape, which seems to be cut out of a sheet of paper and then rendered three-dimensional like in a pop-up.
“The pieces designed for Trussardi Casa are characterised by the harmonious contrast of different elements: geometric and sculptural shapes that are at the same time soft, with sharp but delicate lines. A whispered luxury that looks to fashion for details in a cross-contamination of several disciplines“. Matteo Agati