Titì chair in transparent or coloured translucent recyclable polycarbonate frame, characterized by a back with a neo-art Nouveau flavour, consisting of two parabolas which are superimpose very natural. Made of Makrolon® by Bayer MaterialScience.
Packaging Type: Box
Packaging Dimensions: 0.324CBM
Package Weight: 16kg
Assembly Required: No
Handle with Care: Yes
Roberto Semprini was born in Rimini in 1959.
He studied architecture in Florence where he graduated in 1986. In 1987 he enters the design group “Bolidismo”.
In 1988 he moves to Milan where he collaborates to the scenographies of “Fuori Orario”, a television program for RAI 3 and to the furnishing of the “Bolidò” Club in New York. In 1989 he creates for DISFORM (Barcellona) “ Delfin”, a coffee tablesculpture on display at the New Museum of Design in London. He
contributes as a journalist to the design review Modo.
In 1990 “Tatlin” comes out for Edra, a spiral-shaped couch inspired to the tower by the homonymous author. In 1993, in Dusseldorf, he enters with Tatlin the eminent international selection of the Top Ten. In 2007 he was invited by the Seoul Living Design Fair (Korea) to exhibit "La Casa Italian / Korean”. Since 2000 he has moved to Rimini where he inaugurates the space “RM 12 Art&Design”, as art gallery and design/interior architecture office. He took part in several exhibition. He has held lessons, seminars and conferences at various Universities. He is currently a Design lecturer at A.A.B.B. of Brera-Milan.