The furniture series ''made in ch-i-taly'' is part of a family of objects designed and built between Chile and Italy by Stefano Pugliese. They are the result of a formal exercise that explores the mechanical and aesthetic value of plywood paired with black Raystone wich is a 100% organic petrol free bio composite board produced from the waste of sugar production. Through digital controlled cutting technology and simple finishing work, the project seeks to deliver different solutions starting from a single type of joint.
Like all members of a family, all pieces are slightly different but similar. They are simple objects around which you can keep redefining your own domestic space.
This video shows the prototype workflow of a tiny plywood chair till the traditional chilean barbecue. The entire collection will be presented at the Salone Satellite 2012 from 17-22 April at the Milan's international furniture fair
Video and stills: Giulio Boem
Grafic design: Pupilla Grafik
Music: Culprate / Juanito
Guillermo Chavez Bakovich
Y a mis amigos de Chile y de Italia
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