“I’m very excited about this furniture – it’s one of my most personal designs in a long time,” says designer Marco Dessí, a native of South Tyrol with a studio in Vienna. The interplay of geometric figures distinguishes his D70. The trapezoid of the backrest, the triangle of the front legs and an unusual oval at the seat. It invites you to try it out: Legs up – you can even fit a book or laptop next to it. An iconographic, clear design that quickly reveals the references to Tecta and the Bauhaus.
Prater Chair by Marco Dessi
Made of plywood and black phenolic-resinglue used between the wood layers.