st. mark by martino gamper for moroso rethinks traditional bentwood chair
st. mark by martino gamper for moroso rethinks the traditional bentwood chair
all images by alessandro paderni
italian born creative martino gamper puts his spin on the traditional bentwood café chair with ‘st. mark’. developed in collaboration with moroso, the chair takes its name from the famous square in london where gamper now resides. the design’s profile is defined by a continuous line that runs from the legs through the back rest, maintaining a streamlined look, while also affording stacking abilities. available in natural ash and a selection of colors, the ‘st. mark’ chair was presented on the occasion of the 2015 salone del mobile.
‘st. mark’ is a modern take on the traditional bentwood café chair
the profile of the design is defined by a continuous curved line that runs from the legs through to the back rest
the ‘st. mark’ chair on show at the moroso stand during the 2015 salone del mobile
image © designboom
the basic form of ‘st. mark’ refers to the classic bentwood chair
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