Cuatro Cuatros’ Trampolín chairs are chameleonic, weightless and stackable.
April 8th, 2016
Produced for Missana, the charming design appears as a gentle rethinking of Mart Stam’s Bauhaus cantilever side chair. The young, Valencia based studio centred their idea on a functional, comfortable and schematic product, with a high contrast between horizontal and vertical perspectives. Its neutral, classic structure appears seamlessly suspended, almost floating.
Trampolín’s range of colourways in fabric and frame means the chair can adopt different moods, and adapt to assorted environments. Of-the-moment copper on soft pink leather is serene and feminine; there is monochromatic black and white, elegant gold and Yves Klein blue, and grey marle against pop bright yellow. Both seat and back covers are removable – meaning Trampolín can quickly translate, and be mixed up and matched to different settings.
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