The Trampoliere indoor collection plays with a balanced body that seems independent from the legs yet features a robust and completely hidden connecting structure. The apparently unsteady legs are very solid. To emphasize this concept, they extend upwards by a few millimeters over the seat. It is this detail that gives life to the product.
The Trampoliere collection was presented for the first time at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 2013 and included a chair, armchair, and stool. Year after year new items join the collection.
In 2016 the lounge version became part of the collection along with the outdoor collection with stackable chairs, armchairs, and stools, and coffee tables suitable both indoors and outdoors.
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 plastic injection molding techniques. From this experience, he began…