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Tratti

Tratti

Mutina + Inga Sempe


"Each design reminds of a different universe: from fields seen from the sky, to pieces of a fabric, to embroideries, to symbols of cartographic keys, to architectural patterns, to symbols reproduced by prisoners on the wall to count the days."

Tratti is a complete collection available in size 100x100 mm. 

It is composed by three base colors (white, beige and grey) and by 8 different patterns that can be randomly matched together.

To complete the range there also 3 mixes composed by different patterns (not individually sold) in white, grey and dark grey.

These 3 mixes can be randomly installed to create endless compositions.

 

A new concept of multi-thickness in which every single piece is handcrafted extruded with different heights and planarity. The sharp edges disappear giving a unique feeling of softness and materiality.

About Inga Sempe

Inga Sempé was born in Paris from a family of well-off artists. The importance of drawing in the domestic environment, even if unbound from design, has surely contributed to distinguish her approach from that of her compatriots.

Graduated in 1993 at the Ensci Atelier (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle - Paris), she has worked in several design and interior architecture studios. In 2000 she opened her own atelier in Paris, where she lives. From 2000 to 2011 in Villa Medici in Rome (Academie de France) she has developed her first personal projects, then produced by Edra and Cappellini.

In 2003 she was awarded with the Grand Prize of Creation for design in Paris and she presented her projects in a personal exhibition at the Musèe des Arts Décoratifs.

The designer collaborates with the French brand Ligne Roset and with international companies such as LucePlan, Wästberg, Moustache, Alessi, Almedahls, Hay, Svenkst Tenn and Cassina.


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