Following the launch of Patricia Urquiola’s love-bed Trampoline, the collection expands with an armchair, a two-seater sofa and three combinable modules – a small and a large terminal and a central element – to create welcoming and extremely comfortable compositions for the outdoors.
The project, presented by Cassina at Milano Design City which took place from September 28 to October 10, 2020, maintains the same playful design characterised by rounded and sinuous shapes in an invitation to enjoy the open air. The continuity of the project can also be identified in the use of the handwoven polypropylene and nylon rope which becomes a functional decoration that forms the backrest of the seat. The rope, in two shades of mélange, is deliberately combined with light and simple colours, while the backrest and seat cushions stand out for their optional fringes, in the same shades as the rope, that create movement. Trampoline also has an environmentally friendly approach. Thanks to the research carried out by Cassina LAB, the collaboration between the Cassina Research and Development Centre and Poli.design at the Milan Polytechnic, the collection features innovative and sustainable materials that are completely made in Italy.