The harmonic, enveloping shells in powder-coated tubular metal that define the Skin armchair - designed by Giacomo Cattani - evolve and transform to compose a true collection.A chair, a stool, two tables, a low one and a high one, and the ever increasing range of colours available breathe life into a collection of furniture that fosters chatting and relaxation; welcoming, geometric patterns designed to meet the requirements of contemporary projects geared more and more towards a mix of indoor and outdoor.The play on colours - a plus point that defines the Trabà production - can be stressed by the countless options open when it comes to the shades and fabrics of the body: a wide selection for indoor and outdoor environments, eco-leather for creating fun tone-on-tone seats or bolder contrasting colour effects.Skin, perfect for adding a touch of personality to sophisticated residential and contract projects: like a second skin for gardens, patios, terrace-bars, verandas and bow-windows.
Giacomo Cattani was born in 1961. After his studies, for two years, he worked for an important Venezuelan architect where he developed an artistic creativity. In 1990 he opened an architecture and design studio, his activities range from industrial design to interior design. Since 2003 he has been an adjunct member of the graduation commissions at the Faculty of Design of the Politecnico di Milano. Each object is unique but not essential and at the same time must be practical, multifunctional, returning to the idea of simplicity, an indispensable feature for every design object.