Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

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Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.

Penelope is a chair of minimalist elegance from the young designer, Alessandro Masturzo, winner in 2011 of the first edition of the Infiniti Design De-contest. Intentionally essential, it is composed of a beech wood structure embellished with visible studs and nuts - "mechanical quirks", as the designer defines them - and by inserts of press-formed aluminium which, when placed on the armrests and backrest, connect and complement the chair.


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