- IMISS COLLECTION
The new furniture collection made of recycled material and designed by Fabrizia Zorzenon
- Made up of an elegant and stylish chair that gives its name to the entire collection, its Möhd table and Cleo bookshelf, Imiss Collection is a combination of forms and colours that reveals its essence and distinctive nature in recycled corrugated cardboard. Exploiting the high resistance of the latter and the incredible aesthetic properties it conceals within, Fabrizia Zorzenon presents an impressively original and new collection able to furnish any room or event or make it unique and creative to your guests and friends' eyes.The Imiss chair is inspired by the design and modernist elements of the 20s, invoking the harmonious weave of lines in Mies' Barcelona chair.
On the other hand, the Möhd table stands out for its beauty and character, representing the reminiscence of desert sand that flows in the gentle corrugated cardboard lines with its forms and traits.Lastly, Cleo is the expression of the cardboard’s dynamic and intrinsic force which is captured here as it forms through the shape that becomes the trace of the forces that generated it.
Thus ecologically sustainable furniture that finds its strength in the purity and tenacity of its forms and the means through which the poor cardboard material is enhanced.
Its form is inspired by the modernist design of the twenties and evokes Mies’ Barcelona to recreate a weave of harmonious lines that enrich the poor cardboard material.
A quote thus intended to become a mark, a pure and essential form that reveals the intimate aesthetics of corrugated cardboard through its astonishing simplicity.
Due to the composition and technology of this material, IMISS is a design object in which form and structure merge into each other.
Particularly firm and resistant, this chair reveals an aesthetic whose quality emerges from the complicity of the elements. On the one hand, the eclectic nature of cardboard and its corrugated texture while, on the other, the will to eliminate superficiality to leave room for slenderness and transparency. All this is achieve through a material dissolution process where both the empty spaces and volumes become the protagonist of the work: an expert alternation of volume and emptiness, matter and air, that thus creates a sounding board in which the calligraphy of the marks echoes. The latter, visual representation of the forces in play in the chair, are shaded red and rhythmically mark its propagandist material to become the expressive key of the project and recognisable signature of its author.
From sinuous and elegant lines and simple and essential matter emerges the accessory table par excellence.
Its traits recall the desert sand, the curves blown by the wind, cut and assembled to give room to the natural material that seems to flow from the lines.
Nature thus modelled by the same material and made into a physical object by the gentle lines of corrugated cardboard.
Admirable in beauty and character and adaptable to any type of room, Mohd represents the second corrugated cardboard design model designed by architect and designer Fabrizia Zorzenon.
Cleo is the expression of the continuous oscillation between several implications. Its form and duotone emerge from the competition of forces in motion which express themselves through resistance to an opposing force. A game that thus translates into a guided force able to govern the forms, pushing them towards the continuous and uninterrupted pursuit of a better position. The result is a latent movement that is captured here as it forms and that remains impressed in the material through a form that becomes the trace of the forces that generated it.