An important year 2023 for the brand, which debuts at the Salone with two new projects, both expressing a different point of view on design

Determined to assert itself in the world of made in Italy, on the strength of more than 20 years' experience in the furniture sector and the numerous international awards it has received, Damiano Latini, coordinated by art director Antonio Lanzillo, Compasso dOro 2020, has launched a strategy to reposition and redefine its product range. The delicate balance between aesthetic and technological research characterises Damiano Latini's new production and, in particular, the Super Chair and Icon table that will dominate the scene at Stand L23 in Hall 22.

An organic style

The sculpturally shaped Super Chair was designed by New York-based Nicholas Baker and fits strongly into the organic style that has been dominating the interior design scene in recent years. To obtain the unique silhoutte of Super Chair, a one-piece chair made of 100% recycled plastic, the designer developed the concept directly in 3D, starting from a plane modelled using a VR visor to obtain a sinuous and fluid shape. The chair, entirely made in Italy, was produced by injection moulding technology in recycled polypropylene and covered with a SILKY® finish that gives the object a pleasant velvety effect.

Crossed structure

Icon, designed by Antonio Lanzillo&Partners, is an eclectic table that offers various configuration possibilities thanks to combinations of materials, finishes and shapes. It thus responds, with elegance and intelligence, to the increasingly felt need to customise spaces. The table has a crossed structure with three or four legs made of extruded aluminium, which is characterised by the use of profiles with different sections, according to the models: square, circular, rectangular and triangular. The top can be chosen in a wide range of materials: veneered wood, solid wood, marble, quartz, glass and synthetic stone.

Eclectic character

In the large open space dedicated to the two new designs at the Salone del Mobile, the Icon table will be offered in three versions to capture the attention of visitors precisely because of its eclectic character. A standard version with a rectangular top in oak veneered wood, three legs in anthracite aluminium and the fourth in wood like the top; a sandwich model characterised by an elliptical top formed by a layer in Canaletto Walnut veneer and one in 3 cm thick MDF wood; finally, the third is round with a marble top and matching aluminium legs.