Pikaia Chair by Kristalia
As strong as it is light and as sleek as it is versatile, the Plana stackable chair from Kristalia brings cutting edge Italian design to the home, office and garden.
Offering great value for money the Plana is not only beautiful and comfortable, but practical.
It is available in a range of colours from sober beige to vibrant fluorescent green and the Plana’s unique design allows up to ten chairs at a time to be stored in a self-supporting stack.
Its distinctive lines and high-tech production method means the Plana is ideal for use both indoors and out, a stylish piece of furniture for the home that is tough enough to cope with the outdoors.
The Plana’s slim profile and clean silhouette make it an ideal addition to the modern kitchen, dining room, function hall or workspace, and its exceptional stacking capability means that when not in use it will never be under your feet.
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Currently, Kristalia Srl comprises a team led by motivated people who are fully involved in its development programmes: the strategies, analysed by the owners, are only applied after careful collaboration with the various players in the company.
This ongoing search for a team spirit makes Kristalia stand out from the crowd.
About the designer
Both were born in the province of Udine and met at Politecnico di Milano, where they graduated in Industrial Design. Paolo Lucidi (1974) has had artistic training. He has worked in a factory, as a clerk, shop assistant and designer. He worked for a short period at the studio belonging to Piero Lissoni and then, for several years, alongside Marc Sadler, sharing projects for leading international companies including American Standard Europe and Salvatore Ferragamo.
It was here that he learnt the hard but inspiring process of innovation, which, after many attempts, can lead to great design and commercial success. Luca Pevere (1977) He has gained professional experience with Clino Trini Castelli, examining the quality aspect of design (Mitsubishi and Hitachi), on the one hand, while analysing the technical aspect with Marco Ferreri, the pragmatic heir of Bruno Munari (Zerodisegno and Magis), on the other. In 2006, after 11 years, they left Milan and set up Studio Lucidi_Pevere based in Udine.
They have designed for Novecentoundici, Deroma, Gedy, Softline, Unitable, Mariani and many more. Currently, they are working together with Foscarini, Arper, Horm, Kristalia and Teracrea to develop new products. “Ernesto Caiazza” Promosedia 1998 Award for the Svita product. “Maniago Design” 2005 Award for the Taj product.