Milan 2010: British designer Matthew Hilton will launch an upholstered three-legged chair in Milan next month.
Called Upholstered Tapas Chair, the piece has a walnut or oak base and coloured leather upholstery.
Hilton will show the design alongside other pieces from his eponymous brand at an exhibition called Furniture for Life organised by Portuguese manufacturers De La Espada, which will also showcase work by London office Studoilse and Turkish studio Autoban.
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The text below is from De La Espada:
Milan 2010 – Furniture for Life
Spazio 4, Spazio Botta, Via Carlo Botta 8, Milan
In a series of exhibitions, together titled “Furniture for Life”, acclaimed British designer, Matthew Hilton presents the new Upholstered Tapas Chair; Istanbul-based, Autoban launches Holy Coffee Table, and Studoilse introduces Stool with a leather seat. Exhibiting on adjacent stands at Spazio Botta along with Leif.designpark, the designer-led brands will also present products launched at the London Design Festival this past September. Each product is true to the unique vision of the designer, and manufactured in premium materials by the expert craftsmen at De La Espada.
Spazio 4 will feature four unique spaces, each dedicated to one designer-led brand. Each is created in the vision of the designer, displaying the products as they were intended to be seen.
New products include from Matthew Hilton, Upholstered Tapas chair, a light and comfortable high back dining chair with slim-lined upholstery and a nod towards the strong forms of Spain's characteristic objects.
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