The Colos Latest Products at HostMilano

Tables and chairs by Alban Le Henry, Francesco Meda, Jun Yasumoto and Jeremiah Ferrarese

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The Colos Latest Products at HostMilano
28/10/2019 - At HostMilano 2019, the leading international restaurant and hospitality industry trade fair, Colos presented the newest products that were officially added to the company catalogue after the Salone del Mobile. The company’s stand was designed by Tiziano Barachino and extends over 80 square meters. 
ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

Among Colos’ most significant innovations showcased at HostMilano is the chair/stool duet TORRE by Alban Le Henry, made entirely of polypropylene and inspired by the classic Parisian bistro chair. It’s space-conscious size, which makes it stackable in a perfectly vertical line, means that it’s easier to optimize the available spaces. Torre is a harmonious design that mixes primitive geometries (such as the circle) with more elaborate shapes, such as the series of curves that form the structural supports and the back. The result is a decidedly versatile chair, manufactured from recycled polypropylene, that can be customized with a special indoor/outdoor cushion that is available in a broad range of colors.
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Alban_Le_Henry

The Torre seating is accompanied by Alfiere, the latest offer for restaurant tables, also designed by Le Henry. The table is composed of a cast iron base for excellent stability and a tubular metal central support, available in two heights.
PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

The exhibition continues with Pigreco, a stool inspired by the Greek letter PI and designed by Francesco Meda; the high stool which expands the range of the catalog's Piazza and Villa collections by Jun Yasumoto; and finally VU, the tables by Jeremiah Ferrarese, which take their name from the characteristic shape of their frames: in the square- or round-topped versions, the four legs are arranged on the diagonal, allowing for the use of tops up to 130cm. In the rectangular version, the easel-style legs are attached to a unique connector—which holds the two supports upon which the top rests—that can be adjusted when desired.
 
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Francesco_Meda

PIAZZA_Jun Yasumoto

PIAZZA_Jun Yasumoto

VILLA_Jun Yasumoto

VILLA_Jun Yasumoto

Jun_Yasumoto

Jun_Yasumoto

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

Jeremiah_Ferrarese

Jeremiah_Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

TORRE_Alban Le Henry

ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

ALFIERE, Alban Le Henry

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

PIGRECO_Francesco Meda

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

VU_Jeremiah Ferrarese

PIAZZA_Jun Yasumoto

PIAZZA_Jun Yasumoto


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