Tramoggia, the chest that denies its shapes

Giuseppe Arezzi rethinks a great classic of vernacular furniture, lightening its shapes also thanks to the use of steel sheet.

After the hybridized reinterpretation offered by Binomio, multifunctional desk for small spaces, the collaboration between the designer Giuseppe Arezzi and It's Great Design, brand publisher of young talents founded by Margherita Ratti, continues with a new investigation on an archetypal domestic furniture: the chest.

Without questioning its function as a storage unit, Tramoggia rethinks its connotations through the use of new shapes and materials. In particular, the upside-down truncated pyramid silhouette - a reference to the hopper, homonymous construction site tool which is named “tramoggia” in Italian - makes it possible to lighten the case block, combining it with a slight detachment from the ground. Again, a rounded rise at backrest level makes the invitation to sit more evident. Made of 1.5 mm folded sheet steel and usable both indoors and outdoors, Tramoggia is available in two colors and one or two-seater version.

Giuseppe Arezzi
It's Great Design
Melissa Carnemolla

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