A Playful Design Reinterpretation: Chess Stools by Giorgio Bonaguro



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This family members of stools, created by Giorgio Bonaguro for Icons Furniture, aim at providing a playful interpretation to this distinct sort of indoor furniture. The collection begins with Alfiere ( the “Bishop” in Italian) which is a stool in sound wood: it attributes a geometric kind, interrupted by a huge diagonal minimize which acts as a magazine rack up coming to it is moving Regina (the “Queen”), with a far more “aristocratic” and imposing shape, and Pedone (the “Pawn”), a round and basic stool.

alfiere 1 A Playful Design Reinterpretation: Chess Stools by Giorgio Bonaguro These furnishings goods have been developed taking inspiration in the game of chess, as the title suggests they emphasize shapes and characteristics of the chess pieces (especially the heads) that are utilised in this game. The stools are produced by Icons in sound scented cedarwood with semi-artisan techniques and processes, improving the worth and finishes. [Data provided by way of e-mail by Giorgio Bonaguro Photography: Andrea Basile ]
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