An aerodynamic sign highlights its two parallel metal profiles, describing wide and flowing lines in the space that entice the eye to explore the surroundings.
Its dimensions fill the room with understated vitality, originality and technology. Fiocco is a prominent figure in Moma’s permanent collection in New York.
Fiocco’s core is comprised of a curved tubular metal structure covered with a bi-stretch fabric sleeve that’s easy to remove and replace, allowing its colour to be adapted to different situations or environments.
A product designed to be green. Fiocco’s fabric is 95% biodegradable, just like its zip. This icon’s sustainable design makes it simple to separate the metal frame from the covering. Black, red or white? Three colours giving Fiocco unique expressive power.
Between 1969 and 1970, Gianni Pareschi designed some of the brand’s most original chairs for Busnelli, including Fiocco, Armadillo, Baffo and Libro. Items that have become icons of radical design, revealing ingenious design skills and unique expressive power.
tubular steel with 30 mm diameter painted with ecological products, equipped with thermoplastic feet
biodegradable bi-stretch fabric and zip
Stocking made of bielastic fabric, easily removable and replaceable, 95% biodegradable.