A selection of Cassina's most iconic chairs was paired with wooden chairs from the Prada Archive for the first edition of Prada Frames, the multidisciplinary initiative curated by Formafantasma aimed at investigating the complex relationship between the natural environment and design.




During Milan Design Week, from the 6th to the 8th of June, the evocative Braidense library was the setting for the installation developed by the creative duo. Here, true emblems of Cassina's carpentry workshop were on show, such as, for example, Luisa designed by Franco Albini, the result of fifteen years of intense research, the timeless Red and Blue and Zig Zag chairs designed by Gerrit T. Rietveld, Ombra Tokyo by the pioneer of modernity Charlotte Perriand and the iconic 699 Superleggera by Gio Ponti.