Myplace by LaCividina
Designed by Michael Geldmacher for LaCividina, Myplace is a new concept in the seating world.
In an original twist, the seats – which come both with and without armrests – can also be used as headrests that envelop the head to varying degrees.
The structure has a wooden frame upholstered with polyurethane memory foam of varying densities and polyester fibre.
The choice of three bases (sled, wooden swivel and metal swivel) can be combined to give a total of 18 different solutions, each with its own individual features.
Further customisation is possible thanks to the range of upholstery and finishes on offer and a variety of sizes.
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LaCividina was founded in 1976 in Friuli Venezia Giulia, in the northeast of Italy.
Today it is an influencial furniture company which produces iconic seating and table products for the contract and residential markets.
With its firm belief in high-quality craftsmanship, attractive design and flexible projects, for over 40 years LaCividina has encapsulated the very best features associated with the “Made in Italy” label.
It combines the values of manufacturing traditions with the international outlook of the contract and residential markets. Building on this well- established business vision, LaCividina rapidly grew from a prototype development workshop into a brand that can be found in hotels, offices, homes and public places all over the globe.
It now competes in international markets thanks to its constant research into products and materials, its contemporary designs and its flexible solutions.
About the designer
As part of Neuland Industriedesign, Michael Geldmacher worked alongside Eva Paster for internationally renowned companies for almost 15 years.
Their shared design credo: “Products are the expression of an outlook on life. In keeping with changing values and systems, we look for new formulations. In this way, we come to re-evaluate functions and find a new aesthetic expression.”
The designers have received several prizes for their work, including the Elle Deco Design Award 2006, a nomination for the Compasso D’Oro 2007, the Chicago good design award, the IF product design award, a nomination for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, wall paper design award 2011 and other awards.
In 2015, Eva and Michael decided to venture down new paths and develop fresh projects individually.