An iconic column is slashed in three, so that when separated, its individual elements function as seating and tables.
A classic of the Gufram collection, Studio 65‘s “Colonna” (broken down into “Capitello”, “Attica” and “Attica TL”)
is a modular system of ‘archaeological finds’, redeveloped for contemporary use, with a pop attitude.
The polyurethane pillar’s signature piece–clearly indicating its architectural references–is ‘capitello’, or the ‘capital’ of the column, which acts as a chaise lounge and is complete with gestural volutes. ‘attica’, the transversal section, is a cozy seat with a dotted black and white cushion insert. The “base” or “Attica TL” of the slightly tapered design, functions as a table with a bifacial glass surface, opaque on one side and mirror shiny on the other.