The master Bruno Munari claimed that in the world, "there are more chairs than asses." Why then draw another chair? There are already many good chairs, some bad, some comfortable, others a little bit less. So, imagining an object that would run from any style telling a little story, snatching a smile, Everyday chair has been thought. It is curious that without distinction of creed or descent, everyone every day sit down with satisfaction on a white ceramic chair... Its playful character becomes an invitation to sit down taking some time to relax.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Everyday is not only an irreverent item but the desire to see art in everyday life objects. The design is not only the unique feature of this chair: Poleasy, the cleanable polyethylene it is made with, make Everyday an object able to confront any conditions.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Two available versions: the colored version with many shades available in either embossed, glossy and soft touch for indoor and the lighted version with E27 indoor socket for energy-saviging bulb to a maximum of 32 W or RGB bulb, and cable rechargeable RGB LED. The remote control supplies to both RGB versions and allows to control multiple seats at the same time.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
9 months between Vicenza and Padua - Italy
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Rotational molding polyethylene
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
General dimension: 40 cm x 80 cm
Total height: 80 cm
Seat height: 46 cm
Material used : Poleasy
Only for lighted version: E27 socket for low energy consumption bulb MAX 32W, RGB rechargeable Led or RGB bulb. Remote control for RGB versions.
Everyday, Myyour, Traverso
Starting from a compact block of plastic material and exploiting the roto-moulding world, the target was to create an item adapted for the industrial production process, reducing the porosity thanks to patented polyethylene Poleasy, used in Myyour collection.
The challenge was trying to draw the archetype of a WC, reaching a comfortable chair.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
BRAND: MYYOUR and DESIGN BY FEDERICO TRAVERSO
Federico Traverso, 2013.