Functional and pragmatic, the Forcina Bar Stool from Mattiazzi is inspired by the simplicity of the hairpin
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The seat of the Forcina Bar Stool is made from carefully selected ash wood in natural or black, shaped with high-tech robotic milling machines and finished by hand.
Inspired by the simplicity of the hairpin, its black, stainless steel frame is precision bent to achieve its considered curves, while an additional loop at the back means that the stool can be easily moved around.
Produced with the amount of wastage and carbon footprint in mind, the stool has been specially designed by Leon Ransmeier and Mattiazzi to use few parts and require minimal welding.
Italian furniture brand Mattiazzi was founded by two brothers Nevio and Fabio Mattiazzi in 1979. Their Udine factory is now known globally for their superior craftsmanship and expertise in the field of woodworking.
They are also well known for their substantive efforts to manufacture all their products in a socially and environmentally responsible way. Their factory is powered by 100% clean energy. They aim to produce their collection with no harmful emissions or landfill waste. In addition to this, all their pieces are crafted using wood from certified sustainable sourcesThe company forge long-term relationships with their designers, who are chosen for their shared design values. To date, the company have worked with Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin amongst many others. This attitude leads to a deeper understanding between designer and producer, each pushing the boundaries and skills of the other to foster innovative results. ..
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