Two new products for contract and living areas: Peers tables and Jannis upholstered
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Front and Dainelli Studio for GTV
09/06/2020 - Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH (GTV)continues its presentation of the 2020 collection with two new proposals: the JANNIS upholstered collection from Dainelli Studio, the first collaboration with the brand, and the PEERS tables by Front that reconfirm the relationship with GTV.
PEERS COFFEE TABLE by Front
High-end project that marks a new encounter with Gebrüder Thonet Vienna for which the two designers have signed some of the bestsellers of the contemporary collection such as the Hideout lounge chair, the N.0 chair and the Coat Rack Bench.
The PEERS collection includes two tables, elements designed in pairs but also perfect used individually, ideal in the living area or in the bedroom as bedside tables.
With a characteristic contoured shape, they have a colored laminate top with solid wood edge while the structure is enriched by the wooden ring, a structural element that incorporates the typical support circles of the classic bent wood chairs.
The heritage of Gebrüder Thonet Vienna inspired Front also in the design of the legs which contributes to defining the lightness of PEERS without affecting its stability.
JANNIS – design Dainelli Studio
In their first collaboration with Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Dainelli Studio, owned by the creative duo of Leonardo and Marzia Dainelli, designed JANNIS, a collection of upholstered furniture that are eminently suitable for contract use.
Two and three-seater sofa and lounge chair, with judicious dimensions and slim proportions.
JANNIS is defined by a contemporary rigour that draws inspiration from the past, revealing its personality in the details: the wooden structure, lightweight to the eye but solid, holds the single seat cushion and the backrest, and is characterized by the metal feet with a brass finish. The front leg rises to define the thin profile of the armrest and closes in the semi-circular tip, again with a brass finish. The frame and legs are connected by steam-curved beech wood arches, an element of continuity with the heritage of Gebrüder Thonet Vienna.