Armchair with steel frame, 4 legs. Polypropylene shell.Product Dimension
Width: 54 cm
Depth: 50 cm
Height: 78 cm
Seat Height: 47 cm
- Coffee & Restaurants
- Offices and Waiting Areas
Snap is a project consisting of a combination of polypropylene and steel pipes that create a seat, with and without armrests, and a stool that together represent the essence of sitting in its exemplary simplicity and functionality.
The seat has an atypical shell, made up of a plastic seat and back rest joined together by two ogival section arms, to allow movement making the seat structurally and aesthetically flexible and light.
The seat can be customized in a wide range of strong and contemporary colours, perfect for refined and dynamic interior and exterior projects and for large contract environments, such as meeting rooms, cafés and corporate catering venues.
“Designing for Et al. allowed me to create a flexible and light product. My intention was to create a collection trying to use the least amount of material possible without neglecting the ergonomic aspects and it happened through a deep study of the sections. Snap is "organic" and fluid as it occurs in nature, the meeting between the parts generates a unitary image typical of injection air molding technology. " Francesco Meda
Design by Francesco Meda
Born in Milan in 1984. Graduated in 2006 from Milan’s Istituto Europeo of Design in Industrial Design. The designer gained experience in London working at Sebastian Bergne’s studio and later at Ross Lovegrove's. Since his return to Milan in 2008 he has been collaborating with his father Alberto Meda on projects for clients such as Kartell and Caimi Brevetti. Concurrently he has been pursuing his own personal Art and Design projects with other companies and galleries such Nilufar Gallery, Hong Kong’s Schoeni Art Gallery,Colos, Luce di Carrara, Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Mint Gallery in London,Tod's, Ferragamo, Molteni&C. His “Orme Cinesi” collection, which has been extensively published, was exhibited in Hong Kong at the Lane Crawford store, and was presented by Schoeni Art Gallery during the 2012/2013 Hong Kong ART fair. In 2013 he co-designed "Flap", an acoustic panel produced by Caimi Brevetti which subsequently won the "Compasso d'Oro" award. In the same year he began his own production with objects such as LED lamps, marble tables, benches and 3D printed jewelry.