At FuoriSalone: Is Gervasoni Sparticus?

While Gervasoni’s indoor designs debuted at Rho, its latest outdoor ranges were showcased at its new 7,500sqft showroom on Via Spartaco.

Among them, Oriental and exotic inspirations define Hashi, the collection designed by Federica Biasi, including a modular sofa and a rocking chair. 

Literally ‘chopsticks’ in Japanese, Hashi starts from a system with a minimal and rigid structure that calls to mind the oriental instrument from which it takes its name, to give life to products characterised by encounters of different styles, flavours and cultures, in a dynamic dialogue between two worlds.

The different modules of the sofa, adaptable to many situations and needs and made comfortable thanks to the seat cushions in variable density polyurethane foam and polyester fibres covered with outdoor polyester canvas and non-slip breathable bottom, have the structure of the base and frames of the backrest in steel treated for outdoor use. 

Hashi uses the Accardi Outdoor jacquard technical fabric that wraps and envelops the iroko wood elements at the bottom and at the top. A sustainable, lightweight, waterproof fabric carefully crafted by artisan weavers, Accardi’s Outdoor fabric creates a textured pattern that blends harmoniously with the wooden structure with irregular cross-section, once again highlighting the reference to Japonisme and the local craft tradition. 

Gervasoni Hashi


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