Written by Redazione |
15 October 2018
Autumn comes and My home collection family presents the new arrival: it’s Ula, the new chair designed by Serena Confalonieri to enrich the company’s colourful universe with an original touch.
Ula is characterised by geometric perfection and slim volumes for fitting into any room of the contemporary home with versatility: the lacquered steel tube forms the backrest and the curves of the armrests that bend downwards forming the front legs, making the seat extremely light to the extent that it seems almost suspended.
In addition, with polyurethane rubber padding and a seat cover made of polyester fibre, the backrest – which leans gently on the structure – like the seat, are covered in one- or two-colour fabrics for fun colour combinations.
The interesting play on solid and empty shapes of the new chair Ula sits alongside that of the armchair Baba, in which the play on contrasts is clear in the quest for volumes between the seat and the ‘roller- shaped’ backrest, and the slim body that moves sinuously through the welcoming shapes of the padded parts.
In conclusion, with their explosive personalities, Ula and Baba are perfect to lighten up homes and contract spaces with a young and informal style.