matali crasset, inga sempe, big game for moustache at milan design week 09
matali crasset, inga sempe, big   game for moustache at milan design week 09 matali crasset, inga sempe, big   game for moustache at milan design week 09
mar 06, 2009

matali crasset, inga sempe, big game for moustache at milan design week 09

‘bold chair’ by big- game



french company moustache will launch their new collection of furniture at the milan design week 09. here is a preview of what will be on display.


for their collection, moustache called on designers matali crasset, big-game, ana mir and emili padros, ich & kar, françois azambourg and inga sempé and entrusted them with creating one or more objects with distinct uses to try to cover the main household.

big- game created ‘bold chair’ made with a metal tube structure, covered with thick upholstery and ‘box’, a series of stools made with aluminium sheets that imitate the appearance and folding techniques of cardboard boxes.



‘box’, stools by big-game



‘trestle’ by matali crasset


matali crasset created ‘trestle’ a screen that can be converted into a cabin.



‘vapor lamps’ by inga sempe

inga sempe has designed ‘vapor lamps’ lights shaped similar to hot air ballons.

  • Seems to be interesting! Designer’s list and products are really impressive but I’ve never heard about Moustcahe before???

    John says:

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