Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze
Butaca Dozequinze

Dozequinze Armchair

Precio habitual 650 € Oferta TAX included

Colour Blanco

Product Details

  • Medidas: 69x71x77 cm (length x width x height)
  • Materiales: Thermo-lacquered stainless steel. Laminated glass table top. Elastic webbing made of polypropylene fibers and synthetic rubber.

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Plazo entrega: 3-4 days 20-25 dias
Francesco Sillitti

Francesco Sillitti

“My work process involves designing by using new technology and producing with local craftspeople. I'm interested in delving into origins, taking care of details and working to high standards, but without losing functionality or being at the forefront. A good design, for me, is something that achieves the maximum with the minimum. Additionally, it's important that it's not boring and even that it's capable of prompting a change of attitude to life”.


Francesco Sillitti is an Italian-born designer who graduated from Genoa University of Architecture in 2006. He later continued his design studies at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid. In 2011 he had the chance to do an internship in the studio run by the Campana brothers in São Paulo, where he found the inspiration for the Dozequinze design, which would win him the Concept Design Brit Award 2012, a competition organised by the firm Skitsch and Brazilian magazine Casa Claudia. He currently has his own industrial design studio in Valencia.

Apart from designing this set of outdoor furniture that's now part of the Diabla collection, Francesco Sillitti has also recently been working on small format objects, developing tableware and decorative pieces in which he has used materials such as earthenware, glass and wood. In all of them you can see the effects of the strong influence of both nature and the urban landscape, particularly in the Dozequinze design, which emerged from observing the dense networks of cables criss-crossing the streets of São Paulo.

Francesco Sillitti conveys all these inspirational moments that move him in some way through designs that enable him to express the beauty he finds in a useful, functional item. In his design process he blends not only this kind of concept but also materials, textures and colours, making the most of their combination and obtaining products that are practical, beautiful and authentic.