VittEr is an auspicious multi-purpose material made of sheets of cellulose fiber for a compact formaldehyde-free laminate that’s waterproof, fireproof, scratch-resistant, and food-safe.
Created by Filippi 1971 in 2016, VittEr can be formed into just about any shape, so it’s applications are vast, including worktops, splashbacks, shelves, tubs, and freestanding furniture.
The last use is most apropos of the forthcoming VittEr POP Collection by Basaglia+Rota Nodari studio. POP uses VittEr for a versatile line of tables, stools, consoles, benches, and bookcases.
This is a collection of “Universal Objects… plastic and sinuous shapes fished out of memory to give an immediate charm to POP, which focuses on a rhythmic design.”
VittEr is 100% recyclable and renewable. All papers used are FSC-certified, and It’s made without added resins or glues.