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Muta1 - Collezione Minima

l’Opificio in collaboration with VelvetLAB

l’Opificio participates with VelvetLAB to the project Collezione Minima Muta1, resulting from the collaboration of two Italian designers Gianluca Bocchetta and Sara Fortin. The series is composed of complements matching the minimalism of the structures having essential and linear forms, with the lively colours and vibrant contrast of the fabrics chosen for upholstery.
The choice between endless combinations of the structure colours and finishes with the upholstery typologies, together with the complement modularity, allows an all-around personalisation of the elements for any private or public space placement.
The armchairs and the tables are the synthesis of essential geometries characterizing the structures and the upholstered items. The numerous chromatic combinations between the frame and the upholstering guarantee flexibility and allowing the placement into different context characterising the environment. The large sitting is completed by a seatback and, according with the model, with a lateral armrest. All the elements of the family can be combined between them for multiple combinations.

 

 

The stool and the chair are characterised by the simplicity of the forms, a circular sitting and a comfortable padding. The lines recall the style of the sittings of the American bars of the ‘60s actualised by the crescent shape backrest conferring a soft elegance

 

From the rich l’Opificio proposal of jacquard fabrics and velvet for furnishing, VelvetLAB has selected the most trendy colour variant of the Cotton Velvet Collection, the eclectic spirit of Euphoria Polka Dots, The mood of the ’60 of Steila, the contemporary materic feel of Cottage Floral, the freshness of Piasì Linea and the refinement of Loop, just to mention a few.

 

Muta1 is part of the installation on show at l’Opificio stand during Il Salone del Mobile, Milan 9th-14th April, Hall3 Stand34, where it is wearing the new collection of gobelin fabric designed by Bruno Tarsia Relief.

 

 

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