Chair with steel frame, 4 legs. Seat and back in moulded steel.Cataphoresis treatment.
The origin of Stripes comes from the combination of three words: contemporary, memory and functionality. In fact, while recalling shapes from the past, Stripes reinterprets them in a modern key, creating a chair that fits into public areas and homes, for indoor and outdoor use. Stripes is also technology: the seat and back are made from a single laser-cut sheet. The cuts create a “stripe” effect across the entire surface, giving greater flexibility and ergonomics, while allowing perfect drainage of water in the event of exposure to weather. The load-bearing frame is made from bent tubes whose small diameter guarantees the resistance required for its intense use, while providing the light weight required for ease of movement and stacking. Use of a single metal gives it three advantages: ease of disposal, ease of maintenance and cleaning, and the complete fire resistance of the product.
Talocci Design has received numerous awards, including six ADI Design Index selections, six Honourable Mentions at the Compasso D’Oro and four Design Plus awards. It has created designs in widely different fields for companies such as Teuco Guzzini, Effegibi, Foppapedretti, Fantini Rubinetterie, Poltrona Frau, Provex Industrie, Falper, Valpra, Fratelli Guzzini, Metalmobil, Fornara e Maulini, Luceplan, Rapsel, Viasat, Italaquae, Scarabeo, San Lorenzo and Domo.
Giovanna Talocci is both product/interior designer and art director of Effegibi, and has been a curator of cultural events, consultant for trade fairs, host and guest on television programmes on design, jury member and chairperson of numerous design competitions, and professor at universities and design schools.
She has been a member of ADI (Association for Industrial Design) since 1979, is a member of BEDA (Bureau of European Design Associations), and has been on ADI’s National Executive Committee since 2004 and its Vice President since 2014. She is a member of ADI’s Policy Committee for Innovation Awards and also took part in the first Italian Design Council.