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The design of the STRIPES collection has been inspired by the public garden seats, where the intuitive use and the horizontal stripes are the main element. This collection has been planned for public waiting areas and is based on 2 person modules that combined together form multiple configurations. Frame: made of solid wood and multilayer panels covered in foam polyurethane and dacron. Seat spring: intertwined elastic belts. Seat and back: padding in foam polyurethane in differentiated densities 40Kg/ m³ and 70Kg/ m³, covered in thermobound fibres. Cover: not removable. Tipical of this product is the quilting that can be vertical or horizontal. The base is in painted metal.
Available in multiple shapes, in high and low backs.
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The company was established in 1964 and it grounded its roots in the little handicraft business of the 1920s created by GIULIO MARELLI, company that in the course of time specialised in production of wooden frames for armchairs and sofas. The most important turning point was in the mid-1960s when thanks to the experience achieved in the previous years, company Giulio Marelli concentrated on the production of upholstered sofas and armchairs, and participated in the first fairs in this field. A new collection was introduced at the end of 1990s, and was intended for contract furniture market and in the meantime for a marked internationalization which led the company to export most of its production to the most important international markets.
A graduate of Ensad in furniture design, Jérôme Gauthier was first spotted at the Salon Satellite division of the 2003 Milan Furniture Fair. He teamed up with Christophe Delcourt for his first collaboration with Roche Bobois. Together for Spring 2007, they designed Scoop, a four-piece series inspired by nature’s rounded shapes and softened geometries. The Tie Break Collection consists of well-rounded, wellpadded lounge furniture fit for comfortable city living; while Delcourt and Gauthier steer the nautically inspired series of efficient, economical designs into environmentally friendly waters with sustainable materials for their Spinnaker Collection.