| FELICEROSSI / MILAN INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE FAIR 2005
Felice Rossi born in 1922, in order to promote proposed new of vanguard design, for research of new technologies, in order to invent new products for various uses, in order to understand the newborns requirements of living, in order to realize the dreams of those who they want to be distinguished and in order to watch to the future not being forgotten the past.
"Since 1922" is the title with Felice Rossi announces a particular anniversary: 80 years that confirm the historical value of the brand. A way to communicate also the rich important distance stages, that constant search sees the brand today to collaborate with designers all over the world carrying ahead one on the shapes and the materials.
The proposal of furnishings, appearances in 1989, reconfirm wants it of new solutions, just remembering the departure point.
Concept of presentation to the Salone del Mobile of Milan 2005 Felicerossi:
The two new seated designed from Setsu and Shinobu Ito: Nu and Yu.
Nu is a compact and elegant armchair with the soft shapes, nearly organic; it is introduced with the angles dulls and a wide and comfortable space to you of sitting. A small sitting that it knows to make is the chair that the poltroncina.
Yu, Nu's sister", has a lighter nature, supported by two possible solutions: one fixed base and one revolving base.
Krysalis, by Karim Rashid; a sofa with auto body in glass-reinforced plastic and posterior support in chromium plated steel. Padding expanded polyurethane.
Designed by Jacco Bregonje, Carlo Magnoli and Roberto Sartorio Tangram is a seating system (for 1 or 2 seats) able to add and adopt arms, in several measures, seat extensions and pouffs.
Of the range of products Felicerossi 2005 we always have Pigreco, the table planned by Emmanuel Babled and Filippo Protasoni and ZigZag; small tables and bookcase.
Of the old Felicerossi production we signal Mr Hide, modular sysitem or conventional sofa. Designed by Davide Mercatali and Simon Quick, Mr Hide is a project designed to encourage communication and provide flexible alternatives for living room spaces. Each sofa is made from two or three individual seats linked like a chain by a series of small circular tables. By simply moving one of these sections, with the help of a large handle, a table will slide out from underneath. Anything from intimate one-to-one situations to large interactive groups can be accomodated with ease. When closed, the sofa then returns to a formal composition.
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