Flow Chair, 4 Legged Cross Base, Mass Pigmented
MDF Italia

€687.60 RRP
Sign up for trade discount
8-10 weeks production time
This product cannot be delivered to United States of America
This product is made to order

Resources

The natural progressive ambition, to implement our products, the Flow collection completes itself and enriches with new versions in terms of architecture, finishes and quality components, in tune with the environmental challenges of our age.

At the same time radical and delicate, graphical and sensual, Flow Chair Color single colour silhouettes offer a new interpretation of our hybrid icons. Declined in a range of colours the designer has defined “natural colour of Japan”: a unique combination of simplicity and refinement. A family of seatings of great impact and comfort. Designed for the home, the office and the community areas. Available with shells in two versions (mass-pigmented or matt painted) or with a wide range of bases and finishe. Base options: central leg, VN 4-legged oak, 4-legged oak, 4-legged cross, 4-legged oak cross. Optional upholstered PAD. More than a product, the Flow collection embodies a clever and sensitive look of our age.


Jean Marie Massaud

Jean Marie Massaud graduated at ENSCI in 1990 (National Institute of Industrial Design); after his first intuitions, he longed for synthesis, reduction and lightness. His interest concerned various aspects of design: from furniture to industrial products and accessories.

In 2000 he opened the studio Massaud and started to extend his activity to architecture and development strategy. He worked in the most varied sectors, from B&B Italia, Axor Hansgrohe, Lancome, to Renault.

With his creations he aims to shape man and the surrounding environment. This unlimited inventor is committed, also politically, and tries to turn any project into an experience of life and economic scenery where desire and responsibility come together.


MDF Italia is a Milan-based design company manufacturing furniture, which was fully acquired in 2013 by the holding group of the Cassina family, a long-standing leader in Italian design.