Alias atlas small table B1 Alias atlas chair 753 Alias atlas small table A5 Alias atlas small table E1 Alias atlas small table F1 Alias atlas small table I1 Alias atlas small table M5 Alias atlas small table X5 Alias atlas stool 750 Alias atlas stool 751 Alias atlas stool 752 Alias atlas stool 756 Alias atlas stool 758 Alias atlas stool 760 Alias atlas stool 762 Alias atlas table 785 Alias atlas table 786 Alias atlas table 796
The main project of this collection of seats, tables and small tables is based on one single concept of legs in conic steel. Tables and small tables are developed with the same structure, on a round or cross base, with tops made of aluminium veneered with different wood types or in laminate. Chairs and stools, with padded seats and backs upholstered with 'panno' in a range of colours, are designed on a cross or round base or on castors. These types, that can be co-ordinated, furnish the home in a distinctive and functional manner.
Born in London in 1959, he trained in the UK, Germany, and the US. His most important designs include those carried out for Üstra: his “Hannover Tram” won the IF Transport Design and IF Ecology ‘97 awards. In 1999 he was commissioned to design the complete interior of the Tate Gallery in London, and he was editor of the 14th International Design Yearbook. He has been working with Alias since 1992, and designed the atlas system and tagliatelle (2011) for them. He lives and works in London and Paris.