Roberto Lazzeroni was born in Pisa, is a very sensitive architect and participates in the phenomena of conceptual art and those of Radical Design.
He defines his style as “sentimental design” and indeed in his works the coexistence between the ancient, and the modern is wise, there is no excess of sobriety in the geometric lines and no aesthetic redundancy.
In his works, one perceives the continuous study of history and the reinterpretation of his works in the eyes of the contemporary world.
The Tanya chair is clearly inspired by design in northern Europe and the automotive world, softened by the organic design of Lazzeroni. The legs in aluminium, in satin-finish metallised anthracite, seem to support a “flying” pagoda seat. Technically a very complicated realization that required an injection mould, not only for the body but also for the leg.
A mix of elegance and architectural references, looking at Jason from the side, you can feel cleanliness and almost Japanese simplicity. Its peculiarity lies in the fact that it is worked curved in the base and in the work of the top with three marbles (invisible grey, coppery-green, levanto red) of different consistency.
The architect is very concise and direct in telling his works, he offers us suggestions, as in the case of Jason:
“June out the window ... the wind has stopped ... I’m confused if you don’t like jazz”.
Or even for Tanya: “Hidden in the mirage of a light of the room. Resume your dance”