Il Sole 24 ore - 08/2019 - Fiam Spaghetti armchair flies to MoMA

Fiam spaghetti MoMA

Fattobene means "well made" in Italian and this platform in collaboration with MoMA design store share the mission of expoloring and promoting the meaning of good design.
Fiam Spaghetti has been selected in order to showcase classic Italian design: simple, durable and functional. Emmanuel Plat, Director of Merchandising at The Muyseum of Modern Art says " The collection of items in the Fatto bene pop-up brings to life quintessential everyday Italian objects that are meant to be used and admired for years to come".
Anna Lagorio, co-founder of Fattobene says " It is a tribute to Italian everyday timeless design and to all those companies that have been creating objects that are able to pass the test of time. We have always been sure that they deserve a deeper attention to be passed down to future generations".

Named for its flexible PVC bands, the foldable Spaghetti Outdoor Lounge Chair is a whimsical homage to Italy’s most beloved dish. Designed in the 1980s, the chair’s ergonomic backrest and armrests are made for maximum comfort, featuring PVC bands that are handwoven in Italy. The frame is made from ultra-lightweight aluminum making it the perfect lounge chair to fold up and carry to the beach and outdoor events—or it can just live permanently on your patio, deck or in your backyard. The Spaghetti Outdoor Lounge Chair reclines with five adjustable heights and the footrest folds under the seat when not needed. The chair has a spacious surface but folds up compactly for easy storage. Holds up to 265lbs (120kg) in body weight. Made in Italy.