| DE PADOVA / MILAN INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE FAIR 2008
|Nendo / Rakumaru / 2008 / by DE PADOVA |
Looking very simple, yet technically complex, this coat reminds a tree with six branches, which symbolise the six
rays of an imaginary circumference in which it is possible to draw the product as seen from above.
The meaning of the term "Rokumaru" is the joining of two words: the number six, "roku" and the word for circle
or zero, "maru".
The rigorous, clean shapes are accompanied by a particular design: each detail has been considered starting
from the section of the three legs up to the angle of the branches, and the small notch in their extremities which
enables jackets and coats to be hung up.
Available in two colours: natural ash or wengé stained.||