Skrivo will be launching a number of new projects in collaboration with Contempo Italia (Pavilion 12 Stand E01) & Miniforms (Pavilion 10 Stand B15) at this years furniture fair. The projects always try to be conscious of the available manufacturing methods while taking into special consideration the materials through constant research into new ones in order to create products that attain a balance between the functional and aesthetics in order to create innovative products.
Stack is an easy chair and footstool launching at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013 (Hall 12 Stand E01) for the Italian Furniture brand Contempo.
The concept behind the Stack easy chair and footstool comes from the idea of having cushions in constant motion that look like they have been stacked randomly on top of each other. Placing multicoloured polyurethane upholstered cushions on a curved wood structure creates the perception of depth and playfulness. Two tubular steel rods add additional aesthetic detail as well as structural support for the ash legs.
We have designed a series of chopping board that will be launching at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013 (Hall 10 Stand B15) for the Italian brand Miniforms.
Taking inspiration from a boats oars, we have designed a fluidly shaped beech wood chopping board taking advantage of the latest woodworking technologies.
We have designed a series of suspended lamps that will be launching at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013 (Hall 10 Stand B15) for the Italian brand Miniforms.
By combining two distinctly different materials (steel & wood) we have collaborated with Miniforms to create a series of conical pendant lights that reveal the inner grains of the beech wood top by carving into the cone in order to attain a three dimensional pendant that provides multiple profiles depending on its viewing angle.
We have designed an armchair that will be launching at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013 (Hall 10 Stand B15) for the Italian Furniture brand Miniforms.
We have designed a new open webbed caned armchair for the Italian furniture manufacturer Miniforms. Caning has always caught our eye. It is functional, sustainable, resistant, lightweight, and most importantly it reminds us of furnishings from the past. From its origins in Southeast Asia to its introduction in Europe that ranges from French baroque to Austrian industrial age seating.
A contemporary look has been achieved by designing a three dimensional structure that surrounds the user through the use of steam bent beech wood and bending the cane in multiple directions in order to follow the armchairs shape. A greater level of contrast is attained by providing the armchair in multiple colours and complementing it with an upholstered cushion for additional comfort.