Centro Progetti Tecno Set of Twelve Stackable ‘Modus’ Chairs
Centro Progetti Tecno, set of twelve stackable chairs model ‘Modus', nylon / plastic, aluminum, metal, Italy, 1970s.
Highly functional chairs designed by Centro Progetti Tecno that are part of the Modus seating system, the first project to initiate by CPT. The seat is executed in moulded nylon, a material that is known for its strength and having minimal electrostatic qualities. Underneath the seat, a five-ray pillar support is attached. The shell is further supported by four tapered legs in aluminum which are based on a trapezoid shape, when seen from the side. The construction of the chairs allows you to stack the chairs.
Centro Progetti Tecno (CPT) originated within Tecno as a separate institution that focused on industrial and communication design. Marco Fantoni was the leading figure supported by other principal colleagues in the company, such as Osvaldo & Valeria Borsani, Enrico Regondi, Kugo Toru, Signor Grassi, Roberto Davoli, and Eugenio Gerli. They strongly believed in team spirit and disguised putting the designer names on items. Therefore, all pieces of furniture created within Tecno be presented as the creation of the team.
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