The big Lisa family widens towards the outdoor. The new version Waterproof is characterized by the brand-new coverings for outdoor use in four colours with matching tubolar steel structure to play with the tones of sand, olive green, azure and marsala.
The Vietnamese restaurant Miss Dô is in the food court of a shopping mall, in a southern district of Berlin.
The decor is based on the identification and accentuation of opposites.
Within one of the most artificial and anthropized architectural types – the non-place of a shopping mall – an explosion of green creates unexpectedness. The oxygen and moisture released from the leaves determine the visitor's immediate perception of being in a place outside its context. A non-abstract, concrete site with a strong natural matrix that evokes South-East Asia (and in particular Vietnam) rather than the metropolitan area of Berlin.
The theme of opposites is also proposed through the use of the metal orthogonal structure that develops along the entire length of the walls, with a support function for tables and plants.
The furniture is also designed to reinforce the nature-centric approach of the restaurant space. Not just vegetation, but also extreme environments. The shape of the tables evokes that of icebergs, the mountains of ice that, despite their immense masses, manage to rise over the water.
The choice of Lisa Wood chairs was therefore inevitable!
Lisa continues to win prizes upon prizes! Designed by architect Marcello Ziliani for SCAB Design, the Lisa family has won one of the most coveted international awards: the Good Design Award 2018. Awarded annually by the Chicago Athenaeum, the competition selects the most innovative and eco-sustainable products that help improve the lifestyle of contemporary society. Among the many creations, the jury has also chosen the products designed by SCAB Design, because thanks to their design made in Italy, the barstools, chairs, and armchairs of the Lisa collection let the most cosmopolitan audience learn of the taste of beauty combined with great functionality.
Contract project featuring Lisa seats Interior Andrea Langhi Design
A new destination for the lovers of Japanese cuisine opens its doors in Castellanza (Varese), the K - Kaiseki Restaurant.
It was designed with the greatest attention to detail by Andrea Langhi Design, who thought of a place that could represent the dish that inspired the venue: the kaiseki, a traditional Japanese meal composed of many small dishes, which together give life to an unforgettable sensorial experience.
Precisely to recreate the combination of taste and sight, the restaurant has been conceived as a stage on which dishes and courses come to life, causing amazement in the audience just like in a theatrical show.
And for the seats? None other than the Lisa chairs and armchairs designed by Marcello Ziliani for SCAB Design, presented in 2018, already one of the most requested products for their sober lines and the infinite combinations of finishes, materials, and fabrics. For the restaurant they chose the brass finish for the frame and a teal blue velvet fabric for the padding of the seat and backrest. A whole collection to offer maximum relaxation in convivial moments.
Architect Andrea Langhi
From today the table Pranzo becomes the image of an even greater conviviality. In fact, the table Extendable Lunch is born, which in a simple gesture changes from 160 to 210 cm of surface. The compact laminate top is available in several finishes to best fit in any indoor or outdoor setting.