In the ancient, Greek-influenced dialect of Southern Apulia, “trifulo” means ‘rush’; a word that is just as ancient as the
craftsmanship of this common seaside plant, whose stems are tangled together by the hands of skilled artisans to form dense fish traps.
Trifula is not just a reinterpretation of a garden iron chair, but also embodies a dialogue between the handicraft and the industrial production.
Trifula is a tribute to ancient traditions that are disappearing as well as to the use of natural materials, such as the rush, which create incredible embroideries with their durability and flexibility.
Prototype, Salone Satellite 2014