Play of materials and coincidence of forms: the Mocki collection of small tables features a wooden structure in ashwood with an elliptical shape, on which a top is laid, available either oval or round, in Seminato, marble or wood coordinated to the structure. A balance of finishes and rounded shapes, the Mocki small table expresses the idea of a living which is able to reveal its personality in refined details.

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Frigerio presents the Flow Collection in an artistic context designed by Oscar Niemeyer

Frigerio presents the Flow Collection in an artistic context designed in 1981 by Oscar Niemeyer: the former headquarters of Cartiere Burgo, in province of Turin, highly recognizable over time for its innovative style and futuristic aesthetics. In this unique setting Frigerio has presented the Flow Collection, a narrative progression of different styles and different proposals designed by famous architects with the leitmotif of the Frigerio production: Ferruccio Laviani, Federica Biasi, Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, Front and Riccardo Frigerio. In the ring-shaped floor plan of Cartiere Burgo by Oscar Niemeyer, between real and illusory spaces, the designers Ferruccio Laviani, Federica Biasi, Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, Front and Riccardo Frigerio presented the new Flow Collection for Frigerio for a contemporary living under the sign of colour and lightness. Federica Biasi consolidated the collaboration with Frigerio by enlarging the collection of the Huli family emphasizing the strength of wood and the refined use of rope for its characteristics design, highlight her design process for a living revealing its personality through details.

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Structure: in ashwood colour Wengè or ashwood colour Tobacco
Top: in ashwood colour coordinate to the colour of the structure or in marble in the colours of the Frigerio collection or in Seminato colour Candido
Finishes

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