The Compasso chair by Quadrifoglio Group has been awarded the Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design
Quadrifoglio Group has won the Good Design Award in the Furniture category with Compasso, the chair born from the creativity of Studio Dorigo Design. The project stood out for the peculiar structure of the rear legs, which, at an angle of 25°, resemble a compass.
What is the Good Design Award?
The Good Design Award is among the most prestigious and renowned design awards in the world. Now in the 72nd edition, it is organized annually by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in collaboration with the European Center for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, and Metropolitan Arts Press, Ltd. Founded in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann Jr, the Good Design Award rewards the most innovative products in terms of sustainability, materials, construction, concept, function, utility, sustainability, aesthetics.
Compasso, the wooden chair by Quadrifoglio Group
Quadrifoglio Group’s Compasso is a chair characterized by a sinuous and innovative form, ideal for both living areas of private homes and public spaces of restaurants and hotels. The sections of its front legs are triangular at the base and square in the connection with the seat. The rear legs, with a triangular section as well, are made of a single piece of wood that changes along the height, creating a 25° angle that defines the outline of a geometric compass. Variation is also found in the backrest, where the curved panel has a differentiated thickness.
Compasso is made of ash in Oak, Walnut, Shadow Grey and White. Its seat can be made of wood as the base or be padded and covered with a wide selection of fabrics and leather.
Made in Italy quality always triumphs
The result of careful design and research, this prestigious award testifies internationally to the constant commitment of Quadrifoglio Group in proposing furnishing accessories capable of giving added value to the environments thanks to an innovative design completely Made in Italy.
From March 31st, the day of the official award ceremony, Compasso will be exhibited for one year in the permanent collection of The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design in Athens.