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De Castelli | Radici

Furniture Radici Table_01_r

Massive volumes made of metal and precious structured upholstering, invisible welding, concave and convex forms or straight geometric lines; in its seating, De Castelli plays with tactile, chromatic, formal contrasts, whose sophistication and elegance remain unaltered over time.

Radici Armchair_01_rMaking hybrids of natural objects and human artefacts is the foundation for the poetics of Patrizia Pozzi, a landscape designer: for De Castelli she has designed Radici, a collection of furniture and accessories for the outdoors. Objects that turn into vegetal structures, specifically designed to be overrun by climbing plants to provide a feeling of living inside nature.

Design: Patrizia Pozzi
Producer:
De Castelli
The series includes:
a gazebo, table, chair, coffee table, bench and stool.
Production year:
2009
Structure:
cor-ten, cast iron, stainless steel, lacquered.
Cushion:
fiber or sea sky
Dimensions table:
173 x 80 x h 73 cm, 300 x 80 x h 73 cm
Dimensions chair:
75 x 75 x h 90 cm

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