|||||||||||Designer Luca Nichetto|Nichetto’s skeleto-futuristic Robo chair, designed for Offecct|Taffy – meshed-topped tables that create a moiré effect when placed together|The gently undulating Ipe bench, inspired by curved beams found in Japanese temples|Scanditalian: Foscarini’s Tröag light is named after a traditional Swedish wooden bowl|Milan visitors received info on a Nichetti-designed USB stick|Tacchini’s Dressed sofa, whose cushions are sewn into the frame for extra squashiness|The modular Metro sofa, freshly launched for Emmegi|Nichetto’s chairs for Emmegi’s Elle system|Monolithic, faceted Elle tables contrast with the lightness of the range’s chairs||
17 May 2011

The prolific Italian designer Luca Nichetto

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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