SLIDE for this edition of the Salone del Mobile 2014 prepared not only a long series of novelties realized with the traditional rotational moulding technology, but also of the turn taken by SLIDE in the production of a new collection made with new materials using innovative production processes.
Debuting at the fair there will be a selection of products realized by polyurethane injection moulding technology; new modular catering bars for the most scenographic and original events and as well the extension of the pot’s SLIDE collection inspired by a macro-design philosophy, that proposes objects in large dimensions of common us that are usually smaller in size.
Among the novelties presented for the first time at the Salone del Mobile, the new creations born from the collaboration with Marc Sadler: the low-chair Isetta,with its curves and aerodynamic shape creates a new futuristic seat concept. Produced in rigid polyurethane through injection moulding, it is ideal to furnish domestic and contract spaces combining quality and comfort.
Other products made with new materials, is the new collection Tarta, which includes a seat and a coffee table Tarta Table, realised with the collaboration of the designer Roberto Paoli. Their shape is characterised by the geometric combination of repeated hexagonal modules; the three-dimensional feel that has been applied to each module has created a comfortable and wrap-around chair. Tarta and Tarta Tableare realised with the elegant combination of rigid colored polyurethane which makes up the structure and of the wooden legs.
Among the other novelties the innovative Splay, design by the eclectic Karim Rashid, realized in polyethylene with an elegant glass top. Splaycan be used as a display or as an island to exhibit products in different sectors. For instance, in retail or as a module for banqueting/catering events.
Inspired by the macrodesign philosophy, the original composition realized by the new Il Vaso 140, characterized by a minimal and stylized shaped, with the flower sculpture MyFlower design by Flavio Lucchini.