Designed by Roberto Paoli, the new Pippi collection includes chairs, armchairs, and lounge chairs with armrests, two stools available in different heights and a coat hanger.
Two curved metal tubes make up the original structure of the Pippi collection, fully covered with a single coating of slightly padded bielastic fabric, which perfectly dresses the chair.
The collection is extremely versatile and customizable thanks to the wide range of colors available both for the fabric and for the chairs’ steel feet.
The Pippi collection was awarded the Good Design Award 2019, decreeing its elements among the best furnishing accessories on the world design scene. In 2021 it wins a German Design Award.
Learn more about Pippi collection: the designer Roberto Paoli tells the concept of this collection.
The feet are the design detail that adds character to the Pippi collection. Colorful and customizable, they make the collection not only more performing, but also more versatile for furnishing spaces with different styles.Contact us and discover more
Pippi collection can be customized with a wide selection of materials, such as the new Network and Uniform Melange fabrics. Colors, texture, and design combine to create different combinations. From the liveliest to the most sober versions, Pippi's soul emerges as the true protagonist.Contact us and discover more
It is the simple things that need the most care, dedication, and commitment. Even the Pippi collection, essential in appearance, hides the difficulties of making a well-made product. Research, innovation, and Italian know-how are the key to give softness to a notoriously hard material. The metal softens in a continuity of curves that join without making the welding points visible and the slender, finely padded structure is surprisingly soft. The colorful fabric that covers the tube and the fluidity of the shapes mark the distinctive design of the collection: it is the result of a challenge that translates the technical-design complexity into aesthetic simplicity.
After graduating in architecture at the University of Florence in 1994, Roberto Paoli immediately started working on small-scale designs, specializing in glass bending and…