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Matteo Thun Atelier create hospitality collection inspired by Mediterranean atmosphere
27 Nov 2017 . BY Kim Megson
The collection is designed to integrate with numerous architecture and interior projects across the hospitality sector / Max Rommel
The studio of Italian architect and designer Matteo Thun have produced a new range of wooden furniture designed for everything from 4 and 5 star hotels to private suites, wellness centres, bars, restaurants and lounge areas.

The collection, called Capri, is inspired in part by the design philosophy founded on the island of the same, on the south side of the Gulf of Naples.

Here, in the 1960s, fabric designers such as Livio De Simone brought to life intuitive and simple pieces of furniture by using vivid and evocative materials.

Matteo Thun Atelier, working with Italian manufacturer Very Wood, have devised similarly fuss-free products, including a lounge armchair, dining chair, stool, coffee table, sunbed and 2 and 3 seats sofas.

The collection is designed to integrate with numerous architecture and interior projects across the hospitality sectors, and the use of oil-treated Iroko wood makes them solid and stable in outdoor environments.

“We aim for aesthetic durability as a main feature of a sustainable and timeless product that endures well beyond temporary design tendencies," said the studio in a statement. “It guarantees high performances in terms of life-cycle and aesthetics.

“We abstain from super-structures and stylistic excesses. The collection evokes the Mediterranean atmospheres itself, with warmth, intense colours and natural materials with no reference to current trends.”

Personality is created through customisable seating, backrests and decorative pillows. Buyers can choose from 25 types of upholstery, colour and pattern that are available in both basic and premium versions.
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