The direct and concise language of Jasper Morrison is applied to the spaghetti chair. Today, Jasper Morrison offers his own original reinterpretation of this Alias icon, 30 years after its introduction. A highly innovative follow-up, tagliatelle is a chair inspired by the perfect synthesis of technology and form incorporated in the spaghetti chair, extracting and reformulating each and every element.
The structure is stove-enamelled tubular steel, with the back and seat rests consisting of interwoven elastic belts, available in a single colour or a combination of shades. The resulting form is Zen inspired; of studied yet simple elegance. A harmonious and balanced composition derived from meticulous attention to each detail; the calculations for the diameter of the tubular steel, the structure’s interlocking system, the invisible system used to secure the elastic belts.
The tagliatelle collection has acquired a series of new pieces, all of them featuring structures entirely made from painted tubular steel and available in various colours. The chair with arms and the comfortable armchair, the stools, available in two height variants, and the practical table furnish the household in a simple, refined and highly functional manner.
Medium height stool with structure in brushed stainless steel 316. Seat and back covered with belts of an elastic material arranged in a criss cross pattern.