The softness of wood

Cantarutti consolidates its presence on the international scene by participating for thefirst time at Clerkenwell Design Week, now in its tenth edition

Cantarutti presents its collections of chairs made in collaboration with the designer LucidiPevere, Adam Goodrum, Enzo Berti, Anderssen & Voll, Studio Klass and Valerio Sommella within The Vault showroom.

On this occasion the seats designed by the duo LucidiPevere are presented: Obi, an
evolution of the classic bistrot chair, enhanced by the coloured fabric that the chairs are
made of gives it a strong, expressive and versatile character; Palmo, a chair with two
souls: a solid, monolithic and monochromatic, consisting of the structural elements
and the other soft, cozy and colorful element which are part of the cushion and backrest;
Why, seat in which the structural elements form an inverted Y, a unique element
which supports the backrest in plywood with an enveloping shape.

Hyppo by Valerio Sommella ©Mattia Balsamini
Hyppo by Valerio Sommella ©Mattia Balsamini

Valerio Sommella presents the Hyppo family of upholstered furniture, in which the
protagonist is the padding, used for the first time for a product of this size. The
wooden pedestal element that supports the soft part and creates a contrast of geometries.
Timber, designed by Adam Goodrum, is presented as a system with simple and essential
lines, characterised by flexibility and versatility, which allows you to give life to
different material patchworks.

Timber by Adam Goodrum ©Mattia Balsamini
Timber by Adam Goodrum ©Mattia Balsamini

The Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll present Ribbon, a multi-material collection
refined and inspired by Nordic design, interpreted for Cantarutti in a Mediterranean
key thanks to the colours and coatings.
Sprint is the collection of stools designed by Studio Klass in which the archetype of
the wooden sled becomes the supporting structure of a stool with a strong and dynamic