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Babila Timber

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Babila Timber

PEDRALI: Design Odo Fioravanti

Product Information

Chair.

Babila is a chair able to move along tradition and innovation with great agility. The legs and the back eyelets are reminiscent of the craft wooden chairs, while with the plywood shell I wanted to experiment the technique of variable thickness working process. The result is an airy and comfortable sitting with a careful and accurate use of wood. – Odo Fioravanti, Designer. Plywood Shell with 4 Leg Frame, Frame in Solid Ash Timber, Available in Bleached Ash Wood or Stained in Grey, Black, Red or Yellow.

For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.

Downloads

PDF: Babila Product Specification Sheet

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Nine NetworkPeoples Choice Credit Union, Adelaide Oval Cafe, Advanced Dental Centre, Haircare Australia Waiting & Dining Spaces, Enzen, Benson Radiology Playford, Savills

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Design: Odo Fioravanti

Odo Fioravanti, Pedrali, Babila Chair, Estilo Commercial

 

Odoardo Fioravanti studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Milan Polytechnic. Since 2003 he has been working as an industrial designer, also experimenting graphic and exhibition design.

His projects received prestigious design awards and he held lectures in many design schools and academy: Milan Polytechnic, Iuav University of Venice, Domus Academy and Haute école d’art et de design (Head) of Geneva.

His objects have been featured in many International exhibitions, most notably the personal exhibition “Industrious Design” held in 2010 at the Design Museum of the Triennale di Milano.

In 2011 he won the Compasso d’Oro Prize ADI with the Frida wooden chair by Pedrali.

He also works as a freelance journalist for design magazines trying to explore and to change the boundaries of design as a discipline.

 

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