Rock’n’ roll, baby! A tribute to the hexagonal drum pads from the 1980’s, the Drum armchair by Mac Stopa is an astonishing burst of energy. The sculptural design makes it suitable as sole protagonist or co-star, in combination with multiple pieces to create modular seating areas ideal for animating large spaces.
The key piece of a range (that also includes a small armchair, poufs in two sizes and a table), Drum armchair is made of multi-density polyurethane foam for maximum comfort without compromising its strong visual impact.
The upholstery proposed by Mac Stopa and Cappellini for the armchair, two poufs and table include a stretch fabric with an 3D optical pattern: a motif derived from a geometrical tessellate pattern. The Drum armchair is also available in a selection of fabrics and leathers from the collection.
The small Drum armchair, upholstered in a selection of leathers and fabrics from the collection, sits atop a fixed, swivelling or return swivel base.
The unconventional appeal of the Drum armchair is further enhanced when paired with the side table, available in Carrara marble or black or white plastic laminate.
With his unabated flair, Mac Stopa manages to harmoniously unite architecture, industrial design, interior decorating, art, fashion and his passion for graphics into a single aesthetic discipline.
In 1996, he founded Massive Design, an award-winning architecture studio specialized in corporate design that has worked with the most important companies in worldwide; among his activities, he also dedicates himself to the architectural design of public spaces and industrial design.
In his designs, Stopa manifests his passion for geometric forms and mathematic precision. Parametric design, organic geometry, sculptural forms and digital art give rise to modular elements that profoundly renew the design concept and alter the concept of functionality, making them adaptable to the needs of both the market and the individual.
His range of activity is very broad and includes the design of furniture, furnishing elements, illumination pieces, flooring and wall coverings, fabrics and many other products and finishings. Of Mac Stopa’s works, the Cappellini catalogue hosts the Drum family of sofas, poufs and tables.