The soft and sinuous form of the Frac armchair is enveloping and elegant like the namesake sartorial tailcoat. Created by Matteo Zorzenoni and produced in a plastic material using rotational technology, Frac is perfect for outdoor use, but also well-suited for indoor use, both domestic and public.
The colour palette of the small Frac armchair is characterized by sophisticated tones that were chosen to enhance the delicate curves, such as cloud, magnolia and mud.
Matteo Zorzenoni was born in Treviso, Italy. He is now considered one of the most promising Italian designers, and focuses his research on the continuous study of material and on the discovery of their unexpected potentials. This incessant exploration of material elements allows him to create products with a non-conventional soul, such as glasses made of cement, structures in glass, and tables in liquid metal.
For Cappellini, Zorzenoni is the signature behind the design of the Frac armchair and the Crystal Ball vase collection.
His projects have been selected for some of the most important museums and exhibitions such as the Maxi in Rome, the Triennale in Milan, London Design Festival, The Biennale di Architettura di Venezia and the Centre Pompidou.