Pablita is the minimal and unexpected combination of wood, carbon fiber, leather and steel used with the utmost essentiality and structural expression. It is the result of countless prototypes and experiments to create a three-legged chair with a "hanging" and "hanging" leather seat. The single transverse connection element in carbon tube, with its torsional resistance, is calibrated to the point of avoiding typical low beams between the legs and obtaining a light and visually refined chair. The backrest is formed by the "T" extension of the rear leg which with the inserted steel joint adds an architectural sense to the design. The image and composition of the parts is reminiscent of Picasso sculptures and lines. Hence the name Pablita!
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The architect Marcello Pozzi is the Founder and owner of the architecture and design studio MLLO. With offices in Los Angeles and Gallarate. The award-winning studio ranges from architecture,...