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Mattiazzi Branca Solid Ash Chair

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Mattiazzi Branca Solid Ash Chair
Description
“It has to be comfortable, not just to the eye but also to the body and the hand and the way you sit in it,” designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin assert about their stackable wood chair. “Branca” means branches in Italian and this seamless, solid ash design is inspired by such organic connections. Crafted through a combination of computer-controlled milling and hand woodworking, it makes a versatile side or dining chair infused with warm, tactile character. Stack up to three chairs high. Made in Italy by Mattiazzi for Herman Miller®, a manufacturer in MoMA’s collection.

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin’s work is based on meticulous attention to design detail as well as a careful consideration of context. They measure their success, “not only in sales or notoriety but also in the contribution to the greater good of the industry (and we hope, the planet).” Their central London studio, Industrial Facility, relies on the collaborative contributions of its small, international team. British-born Hecht’s contemplative approach balances California-born Colin’s architectural eye. “Our office behaves like a good, condensed international neighborhood,” notes Colin, “which is efficient, energetic, and pleasurable.” With clients ranging from Yamaha to Louis Vuitton, both Colin and Hecht have earned the distinction of Royal Designers for Industry (RDI). Colin received this honor in 2015, the first female product designer named a RDI. Their work is included in MoMA’s collection.
Details
  • Designer
    Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
  • Size
    33h x 22w x 21"d
  • Materials
    Wood
  • Year of Design
    2010
  • Origin
    Italy