MHC.3 MIss

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Miss chair, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1986. The form is linked to a system of soft, unbroken, linear rhythms. The legs are slim and divaricated, to ensure stability. The front ones are bent to form the armrests and continue into the curve of the backrest. The back legs reach the backrest from behind, underpinning it. The seat is inserted between the lines and links them. Tobia Scarpa has re-designed the armrest joint to make the chair comfier and more linear. Structure in natural or black tinted ash, seat in leather or hand woven, ecru or grey, paper cord.


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Tobia Scarpa

Italian architect and designer, Tobia Scarpa was born in Venice in 1935, where he graduated in Architecture (IUAV) in 1969. A versatile and curious designer, his long career saw him involved in architecture, restoration, outfitting, design, graphics, teaching. In the sixties he established himself as a leader in the industrial design by collaborating with various important Italian and international companies, including Molteni&C and Unifor.

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Tobia Scarpa

"Knowing how to build is a debt to technique. Knowing how to give a meaning to things I create is a debt to logic required by the forms"

Tobia Scarpa

Between memory and experimentation

A system of lines, with a soft and flowing design, signs the rythm of Miss, the chair by Afra and Tobia Scarpa from 1986. Molteni&C focuses its attention once again on the masters of architecture and design with a re-make project of this object, that has its roots in the craft tradition, yet is still modern even after 30 years.

"Knowing how to build is a debt to technique. Knowing how to give a meaning to things I create is a debt to logic required by the forms." Tobia Scarpa

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