Christian Åslund||||||||||||||Enrico Fratesi and Stine Gam with their textile mobiles in Stockholm|Casamania’s Chariot table. The curve at the top of the frame acts as a handle|A “freestanding” acoustic “object”, Wheel is weighted so it won’t fall over|Masculo’s softly curving upholstery contrasts with its rigid angular frame|GamFratesi reinvents the broom with the slightly incomprehensible Baffi|Antropomorfo is the prototype for the Cartoon chair|Cartoon chair|Fraga, a hybrid table and footstool for Ligne Roset, mixes soft and hard|Nubu, a drop-down desk, has GamFratesi’s characteristic curves|Danish brand Fredericia makes the enveloping Haiku sofa|Rewrite, a “working bubble” that can isolate the user in open-plan spaces|Cheshire by Fontana Arte, a pendant light with a soft, uniform glow|Danish Pulse, the Shanghai show that GamFratesi co-curated||
31 Mar 2014

GamFratesi: Strength in balance

Words by James McLachlan

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