Inspired by 20th-century Austrian chairs, Brulla is a stackable wooden seat. Its defining aesthetic is given by the juxtaposition of curves and straight lines, creating a strong sense of identity and minimalist spirit: the dynamic momentum of the backrest and back legs meets a slightly tilted cane-webbed seat, balanced harmoniously by the front legs. Thus, its retro taste combines with the distinctive profile of the legs, which, together with other discreet details, enrich Brulla with contemporary codes.
Chair with solid natural ash structure, stained walnut, or black. Seatback in ash plywood and seat in Vienna straw.
Miniforms is a furniture designer based in Venice.
Or rather. Miniforms is a bizarre kind of: she wears colorful outfits with strange shapes and you can easily find her talking with young talented designers.
Her motto is “Making Craftsmanship Last” because she believes in uniqueness: hands do the most part and machines help to keep up with the modern manufacturing process. She is even sensitive to environmental matters: a strong social responsibility spurs her to manufacture locally based on circular economy thinking, from the choice of materials to suppliers who share her same aims.
H 17.95 in. x W 17.00 in. x D 18.54 in
H 45.6 cm x W 43.2 cm x D 47.1 cm