Minimalism Ditodima Chair by Riccardo Blumer & Matteo Borghi


The chair has an eso-skeletal type of structure achieved by creating a thin and rigid outer "skin" with a noble finish glued onto a "full-volume" internal mass made out of a lightweight and economical material. This procedure allows a minimal use of noble material; it serves as an aesthetic finish but nevertheless is an integral part of the structure. 

The finish highlights the three-dimensional nature of the material. Available colours are wengé and walnut. Special finishes upon request.