Like a pair of holey jeans and untied, distressed boots, Denis Guidone designed the Disfatto Collection for D3CO in its undone style with definite purpose.Without focusing on the nature of its changeable shape that is sure to drive the clandestine crowd of obsessive tucked corners and puffed pillow fans crazy, the Disfatto Collection will soon beckon the Salone 2012 design show attendees of all kinds for a plush nap.
Disfatto Collection. Designed by Denis Guidone. Manufactured by D3CO.
A Cushion and a Comforter: The Disfatto Collection by Denis Guidone for D3CO
The changing, reversible colors of the Disfatto Collection and its ever-evolving shape plays with the transformation of form and visual effect. Coming in a sofa and an armchair, the base is a solid wood plank that gives the seating a bit of structure. One of my favorite features of the sofa is the extended base that can be used as a coffee table for a book, cup of tea, or a fresh bouquet of flowers.
As the Italian designer and architect, Denis Guidone, writes of his latest endeavor: "Disfatto contains a primordial idea of comfort, has a changeable shape that naturally adapts to our needs; changes its colors over the time and seasons. What characterizes it, is an essential structure on which rests a shape with soft lines, warm and friendly, which unhinge the principles of ergonomics and creates the perfect imperfections."
Thanks to the changing silhouette that serves as a couch, chair, daybed, and sleeper sofa, the Disfatto Collection is modern seating at its revolutionary best that defines the art of supple modularity.
About the Designer: Born and raised in Milano, Denis Guidone is a vibrant, young, product designer, architect and visual communicator of all things design. His work has received international praise with awards from around the world and in Milano - receiving the Bruno Munari prize by the Milano Triennale, the Young design award 2011 special mention, and the Ida Design Award in Los Angeles, CA. Clearly the Disfatto Collection was largely influenced by the Italian modern design that surrounds him in his hometown city of Milano, allowing him to venture into modern design comfortably.