The Mathilda chair designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso is a chair in a classic shape with very modern details. Two solid wood trestles hold the seat, support the backrest and also make the chair stackable. The fluid shaped backrest and seat are padded for comfort and are upholstered with fabrics carefully selected to accentuate the contemporary look of the chair. Finally, the contrast colour leather bands which fix the backrest to the structure add an element of interest and bring the design of the chair right up to date.
The Mathilda chair is ideal as a dining or occasional chair and works well for both public and private spaces. The chair is available in different fabric options in addition to the version illustrated here; please contact us if you would like more information.
Patricia Urquiola is one of the most influential furniture designers working today. She was born in Oviedo in Spain but now lives and works in Milan. Urquiola trained as an architect and worked with Achille Castiglioni and Piero Lissoni before starting her own studio in 2001. She has since designed numerous products for leading furniture brands including Moroso, B&B Italia, Molteni & C and Kartell. Urquiola’s designs are unconventional, emphatic and experimental; blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise – qualities that also inform her work as an architect.
Moroso is, without doubt, one of the best furniture brands in the world. Under the creative direction of Patrizia Moroso, the brand combines its manufacturing expertise (especially in sofas and seating) with creative input from leading designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Ron Arad and Nendo to create a broad range of furniture of unmatched quality and creativity. Moroso products work well for both private and public spaces and are ideal for making a strong design statement.View Tech Specs
Designed by Big Game for Moustache, the Bold Chair is unmistakably bold. The chair is made of two padded and upholstered steel tubes connected together, which recalls the classic metal framed school chair as well as a bent paper clip. Simple and striking, the Bold Chair is great on its own as an occasional chair or as a bold statement when grouped together in multiple colours around a table. Either way, it is sure to be a conversation starter!
Big Game is a Swiss-based design studio created by Augustin Scott de Martinville, Elric Petit and Grégoire Jeanmonod, all of whom teach at ECAL (the University of Art and Design in Lausanne). Their designs are well known for combining simplicity and functionality with an unexpected twist.
Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
After a collaboration of more than ten years, Dandelion is Burkhard Dämmer’s latest contribution to LZF.
Dandelion can be considered as one single lamp or a combination of lamps. Inside, every shade several LED circuits are hidden, which can be lit all at once or by sections to meet the requirements of the room and the time of day. Outside, the LZF wood veneer enfolds every geometrical shape, like cones sinking at different depths into the heart of Dandelion.
The result is a very original lamp, a geometric puzzle of light which resembles one of the most basic forms of life.
The Dandelion is available in 2 LED dimmer switches: LED dimmable 0-10V or LED dimmable Bluetooth.
LZF lamps, or Luzifer as they were originally called, is a Spanish lighting specialist making very special lights. Founded at the end of 1994, LZF specialises in ceiling, wall, floor and table lights in contemporary designs hand-made using natural wood veneers.
This noble material creates a spectacular lighting effect, projecting the internal beauty of the wood and radiating a delicately warm and attractive atmosphere to both domestic and contract settings.
Winner of two Good Design, two Design Plus and one Red Dot prize, LZF is fast becoming one of the most respected lighting brands in the world.
The chic Julia apron from UGi is a perfect gift for all ladies, especially for those who love to dress up as much as they love to cook in the kitchen. The apron features a stylish broad, pointy collar with ruffles down the front for a fashionably demure and elegant look.
UGi aprons are designed by Lithuania based designer Lina Morkuniene, who uses her fashion flair to design unique kitchen aprons that look like beautiful dresses. Great to wear at elegant dinner parties at home, or to make a strong fashion statement for serving staff at a restaurant, or as a gift for an aspiring domestic goddess. All UGi aprons are made of high quality and resistant materials.