Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

The collection designed by Matteo Thun + Antonio Rodriguez for Ethimo

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Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'
16/05/2017 - Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits’: Montagna, Grand Hotel, Camping Chic and Urban. Different looks, the same essence.

With the Allaperto collection by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez, Ethimo tells us exciting stories, new to outdoor furniture design. The very name of the collection evokes open air life images and recalls new ideas for relaxing in different outdoor contexts.

From total immersion in nature to the ease of luxury hospitality, through to the pace of metropolitan or ‘nomadic’ life, the Allaperto collection transforms, experimenting with refined combinations of colours and materials, showing off surprising looks that interpret all its different settings.
 
The collection comes alive thanks to a ‘sign’ that defines the four moods. The development of the project concept is based on a linchpin element, the wood structure, treated like a true genetic matrix that ‘frames’ a variety of extraordinary scenarios.

Allaperto is a dynamic, versatile collection. It adapts like a leading actor to its stage, confirming that sophisticated, elegant allure that only perfect equilibrium of shape, volume, colour and unique details manage to create. A synaesthesia that has always made Ethimo’s creations stand out.

The pieces in the Allaperto collection create exclusive, exciting layouts, with particular attention to the enhancement of the relationship with their surroundings. Charming locations that are perfect for pure relaxation. Allaperto is technological innovation, craftsmanship, inventiveness and versatility. Therefore, a multi-faceted range, which embraces the canons of function, aesthetics, and comfort required by outdoor furnishing.
 
Creativity takes inspiration from nature. The four different moods are conceived as interpretations of unique settings to be customized with different lifestyles. With their eclectic appearance and multiple identities, these articles form a collection of furnishings that are playful and dynamic in spirit,  giving new inspiration and free rein to the imagination with the emotion of perfect settings every day.
 
Allaperto takes Ethimo beyond its Mediterranean style, with an increasingly more passionate approach to contemporary design. Furnishings undergo an ironic appearance shift, preserving the essence of their creators. Refined pieces that combine style and durability furnishing unique, special outdoor areas that emphasize the ‘cosy’ mood and sensation felt indoors. Attention to details is here joined by experience, intuition and a desire to create modern solutions that are comfortable and capable of setting new trends in outdoor living, not limited to the needs of today’s contract sector.
 
Ethimo, Matteo Thun, and Antonio Rodriguez have therefore generated a new way of interpreting design for outdoors, embracing original inspiration and metropolitan references.

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Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

Allaperto, one philosophy for four different ‘outfits'

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