Within the Bottega project, a space was dedicated to young people through the contest launched in collaboration with Jsign and aimed at Italian designers under 35 for the design of a folding or stackable chair to be used in the reading spaces of the cloister.
/Con.cét.ta/ is the winning chair created by 72h / Lab, a group of Architecture students of the University of Naples Federico II between 23 and 24 years of age.
Already the name of the object is very evocative as with /Con.cét.ta/ you want to express the concept of a chair, a chair that belongs to the traditional Italian imagination, linked to the classic stuffed seat, present in all the grandmother's houses . Here you take a step forward because this type of chair is hacked to make it become foldable, graze to an iron mechanism.
/Con.cét.ta/ is the chair.
Designed by 72h / Lab (Alessandra Coppola-Loredana De Falco-Annamaria Messina-Orazio Nicodemo-Ciro Priore-Martina Russo-Davide Savoia) and realized by the artisans Andrea Amato, Patrzio the impactor and Giovanni Capuano.