The Branca chair is inspired by wooden branches that turn, twist, meet and branch off. The result is comfort to the eye, to the body and to the hand.
The seat and back are carved from a single piece of wood robotically, and the joints are seamless. Branca chairs are stackable and designed for everyday use.
This product has been granted the use of the ecolabel and has been verified by an independent conformity assessment body that it meets the environmental health and social/ethical criteria of the GECA standard.
- Stackable for easy shipping and storage (x3).
Fit under a table;
Light enough to carry/
- The solid wood frame is available in matte black anilin beech, white anilin ash, matte black anilin ash, green wax ash, natural wax ash, and chocolate with natural ash seat. With or without an upholstered Nordic wool seat in black/dark grey thread, grey/white thread, lime/dark grey thread, and orange/white thread.
- Mattiazzi sets targets in order to satisfy a defined and challenging list of sustainable aims: No emissions (volatile organic compounds) into the atmosphere No hazardous waste No landfill waste Total use of 100% clean energy 100% of the company-owned buildings with high energy saving Mattiazzi obtained the environmental certification ISO 14001:2004.
- Product Origin
- Sam Hecht and Kim Colin.
In 2002, Sam Hecht co—founded Industrial Facility with his partner Kim Colin. He began to work with Manufacturers, and the number of clients increased in just a few years. For Muji Japan he created the “Second Phone” (2004), which led to him being invited to become retained designer for World Muji. For Taylor’s Eye Witness, a Sheffield company, he also became main designer producing notable sequels to Robert Welch’s work, selected for the Museum fűr Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt and awarded the Design Plus and of Gold Prize for 2006. More recently he has been appointed design advisor to Herman Miller. Between 2006 — 10, he acted as senior tutor at the Royal College of Art, London, forming Platform 12 and in 2011 was appointed visiting professor of HFG Karlsruhe in Germany. in 2010 he was awarded the ‘Designs of the Year’ for the Branca chair.
- GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia) Licence