Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections

The outdoor proposals by Adam D. Tihany, Gordon Guillaumier and Rodolfo Dordoni

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Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections
09/05/2019 – Transparent polycarbonate curtains defined the outdoor rooms presented by Roda in Milan, in a new chapter of the Mix & Match Project born last year. New chromatic solutions energize the dialogue between geometries and colors in the latest collections. Daniele Pompa, Roda’s CEO, explains how the new solutions designed by Rodolfo Dordoni and Gordon Guillaumier fit in with the stand’s concept. Adam D. Tihany talks about Thea, the result of his first collaboration with the brand.



Each room is chromatically and symbolically connected to three different birds: the owl, the parrot, and the toucan’, Daniele Pompa explains. ‘The chromatic analogy is further reinforced through illustrations created by an Italian graffiti studio with which we collaborated. The collections were thus interpreted through olive green, sky blue, and darker, stronger shades’. Eden by Roda

Eden by Roda

Eden is the latest addition to Roda’s living range designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. The sofa’s comfort derives from the width and thickness of the seat cushions, its particular identity from the combination of materials, and its extreme modularity. Laze_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Laze_Roda, Salone del Mobile

The Laze sofa by Gordon Guillaumier reflect the typical finishes and characteristics of the collection’s low backrest armchair, reinforcing the brand’s intent of bringing an indoor aesthetic to the outdoors. The designer also extends the outdoor range with Pillow, an outdoor lantern conceived to both hang from above or to be placed on the floor. Piper Sofa by Roda, milk_sky

Piper Sofa by Roda, milk_sky

Piper is the collection which occupies the last room, displaying a fresh and original juxtaposition of the milk-colored structure and the sky blue covers. Piper_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Piper_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Two new materials and a new lounge armchair with a varnished aluminum structure and upholstered seat further enrich the collection. Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Inspired by the pure lines found in nature, and made up of a two-seater sofa, an armchair, and coffee tables, Thea by Adam D. Tihany makes its debut in the Roda world. The collection takes its name from the South-American Calathea plant. The particular streaks that characterize the plant’s leaves inspired the profile and enveloping design of the cocoon-shaped aluminum structure. Thea_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Thea_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Our vision for the Thea collection was to create inviting and contemporary seats for the outdoors that are aimed at contract spaces, but make people feel at home’, Adam D. Tihany.


RODA on ARCHIPRODUCTSAdam D. Tihany e Andrea Quiros-Balma, Roda

Adam D. Tihany e Andrea Quiros-Balma, Roda

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Pillow_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Pillow_Roda, Salone del Mobile

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Roda, Salone del Mobile

Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Thea by Roda

Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections

Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections

Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections

Mix & Match Project: Roda's New Collections

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