1990 Clizia Stool

A seat characterized by a cantilevered top supported by a central support. Sinuous and streamlined, Clizia appears in contrast with the hardness and static nature of the stone material from which it is obtained. A carefully calibrated sign, which refers in complexity to some studies by Escher, makes the upper profile of the seat coincide with the lower one, so that the monolithic bodies of the "Clizia" are made from the same block of marble through a single cut, made with machines. numerical control, which simultaneously defines two sessions, optimizing the material, after having reduced waste to a minimum. The concrete version has now been added to the original marble version.
Indoor or outdoor seat made of white Carrara marble, black Marquina marble or fiber-reinforced concrete with oxidized iron base.

Dimensions: W49 L49 H45.6 CM
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ANGELO MANGIAROTTI Angelo Mangiarotti was one of the most important figures in the international design community during the 1960s. While he was known for being an adherent of strict design principles, he also sought to imbue his work with a sense of character and optimism. Angelo Mangiarotti stands apart from the other figures of the first generation of Italian design for his capacity to adapt the product to be designed to its function, its use and to the characteristics... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7