Inspired by fluid shapes in nature, Tonina, an exquisite, one piece injection moulded, stackable and 100% recyclable chair suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
TONINA STACKING CHAIR
Tonina Chair With Arms
- One piece injection moulding
- Available with and without arms
- Six colours
- Weight tested to 136 kg
- Available with optional lattice perforated back
Lead Time Guide: Stocked
Inspired by fluid shapes in nature, created by Italian design duo Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci manufactured by leading edge technology.
Tonina, an exquisite, one piece injection moulded, stackable and 100% recyclable chair, combining contemporary design with an incredible finish, as well as comfort and durability, available in six colours.
Its unique smooth finish and fluid, elegant shape is created through an innovative manufacturing process known as the Biomimetic Method. Material is injected at high pressure into a steel mould to create an outer skin so smooth, the finish appears almost lacquered, and an inner structure with exceptional strength.
The end product is beautifully simple, strong and inimitable.
Indoors and outdoors, it can be used as a cafe/dining chair in both the corporate and hospitality markets and is also durable enough for use in education and training environments.
Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci are originally from Colle dElsa, near Siena, Italy, where the Archirivolto studio still has its head office today. Dondoli and Pocci met in Florence at the university faculty of architecture where they were part of the same team. In 1983 they opened an industrial planning and architecture studio, which from 1989 has been working exclusively on industrial design.
For the Archirivolto studio a project starts from the direct relationship with the customer, a good product has to have an affordable price.
The search for the most innovative materials and processes allows for the best results to be achieved in terms of a quality-price ratio; this is one of the main activities of the studio.
For Archirivolto design is beauty, harmony and freedom and cannot therefore be bound by strict, pre-established rules, nor can it be the privilege of a social or cultural elite. The designer is committed to creating beauty for everyone and to make design approachable for an ever-increasing number of people.