Monday, 11 July 2011

New Designs by Pininfarina at Milan Furniture Show 2011

Pininfarina is launching three interior style projects at the Milan Furniture Show 2011. The Orbital extendible clear-glass table is going to be the result of the new collaboration with Calligaris.

At the Office Show 2011, Ares Line - founded in 1987 and specialised inside the production of seating for office and community use - presents the PF3 line: seat, divan and small table produced by Pininfarina. A brand new collection combining the appearance of top quality furnishings with automotive comfort.

PF3 is typically a mixture of seat, divan and modest table, an all-round furniture item intendedfor halls and reception locations in very exclusive settings. The aim was to style a line for locations exactly where persons nowadays are required to wait, 1 that incorporates style, comfort and functionality to create combinations for use in fairly a couple of settings: in offices, houses and for contract furnishers.
” The PF3 line comes on the wave of two other projects developed by Pininfarina for Ares Line,” commented Paolo Pininfarina, Chairman of Pininfarina. ” The Xten chair from 2003 is still regarded as an icon inside the field of office seating, whereas the “Premiere”

conference armchair seating approach immediately won the Wellness@Work award on its debut at the Furniture Show in 2006. Andagain inside the case of the PF3, Ares Line has benefited from the know-how we have acquired over the past 25 years inside the industrial style field, which ensures we attain the right mix of stylistic and emotional content, ergonomics and comfort. The result is basically a refined, elegant style characterised by a clean, promptly recognisable line.”

On the Riva 1920 stand, Coupe chair makes its debut, featuring uncomplicated, clear-cut surfaces in ideal Pininfarina style. The chair is conceived to give a seat with an crucial style that could fit in nicely in all sorts of setting. In this project there was a one of a kind focus onproportions: the back-rest is, in truth, lower than in typical chairs although it still remains right in ergonomic terms.

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