The Duomo cathedral in Milan, Italy has inspired many creations, and now we can count FrattiniFrilli’s DOMM chair among them. Created using traditional materials and processes, these bent wood chairs have a slightly different concept from traditional designs – it all revolves around the repetition of one beech wood “ring” with a bending radius, height being the one variable in the equation. The slightly descending line of DOMM’s profile allows for the lower rings to act as armrests while creating a bold iconic look.
Another new piece from FrattiniFrilli is TRIDO, a multifunctional object that can be put to use as either a stool or table. Available in two sizes, each unit can be arranged in four different positions for maximum versatility as a low and high stool, small bench, side table, or even magazine rack. TRIDO is created by joining two previously folded triangular aluminum sheets, with the bolts clearly visible to show off the object’s minimal, geometric construction.
Learn more about DOMM and TRIDO by visiting frattinifrilli.it.