Laion Chair, designed by Michele Cazzaniga, Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo, manufactured by Willisau AG, is composed of a tubular steel frame, satin and polished or varnished finish, and two polyurethane shells upholstered with fabric or leather. The shells have the same thickness of the tubular frame. The shape of the tubular frame simulates an elastic tension that enhances the perception of lightness of the object.
A research dossier on behalf of the Brasilian footwear company Lynd. The book is a project tool in two sections. The first one gathers suggestions coming from several trade branches: pictures are put together according to unexpected criteria and this offers the designer new ideas for a creative mixing of concepts and technologies. The second part, on the other hand, is a research on sport shoes. This section provides information on functions, materials, finishing, for all sport categories shoes. This book was written, designed and produced by Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo.
Malmö family expands to new contexts entering in lounge environments, waiting areas and cafes. The collection is now been enriched by a lounge armchair, coffee tables and barstools, all made of solid ash frame with tapered legs. In this photo by Beppe Brancato you can see the whole 2013 Malmö collection.
Essen, Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award 2013 celebration: The Malmö Armchair, designed by Michele Cazzaniga, Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo, manufactured by Pedrali, wins the Red Dot Design Award 2013 in the furniture section. This is the statement by the Jury: The aura evoked by the quality of the wood makes this chair come alive. The properties of the wood have been cleverly incorporated into its design.
First exhibition of the Malmö extendable table at the Salone del Mobile 2012 in Milano. The table extends up to 2900 mm. It is composed of ash wooden legs matched with solid laminate or ash veneered table top.
Malmö chair and armchair are composed of ash timber frame in bleached or black stained finish, and a plywood shell that can be upholstered with fabric or leather.
In keeping with the codified vision of the great French philosopher and mathematician, the Cartesio tap moves in three-dimensional space, occupying it through rigorous orthogonal folds. All its constituent elements, from the single-lever mixer to the swivel spout, are made in AISI 316L stainless steel with a satin or polished finish. Cartesio is produced by Cea Design. It was designed and engineered by Michele Cazzaniga, Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo.
Preliminary drawing of a rational system for simplifying the mounting of concealed taps and fittings components.