Thomas

Thomas

Thomas

Thomas

Thomas

Thomas

Featuring a bent plywood shell integrated into a solid ash frame, Thomas is inviting and friendly.

Its strong form with beautiful timber detailing is reminiscent of a graceful Japanese chair or elegant Scandinavian design.

Background

Founded in 2009, the studio has an international outlook built on the bedrock of Italy's enviable design heritage, and Italian culture's emphasis on quality, craftmanship and beauty. Designed to be versatile and maintain a continuous dialogue with architecture, Metrica furniture is as at ease in a residential space as it is in a commercial project, able to respond to the unique demands of both environments. The studio's versatile designs are characterised by their contemporary form, an understanding of the delicate relationship between objects and volumes and a commitment to technological innovation in both materials and processes.

Experience

Metrica studio is defined not only by the beauty of their products, but the extraordinary pedigree of the company's co-founders. Chief designer Robin Rizzini spent six years working with design luminary Antonio Citterio and has designed for brands including Zanotta and Poliform.

Rizzini's experience is complemented and supported by the entrepreneurial approach and impressive industry experience of his co-founder Lucio Quinzio Leonelli. Leonelli, Metrica's President and Managing Partner, is a former Manager and Director of B&B Italia and Moooi and worked with Rizzini at Fattorini+Rizzini+Partners.

CONFIGURATION

The Thomas range


        
            Thomas Armchair
Thomas ArmchairDetails

        
            Thomas Bar Stool - High
Thomas Bar Stool - HighDetails

        
            Thomas Bar Stool - Low
Thomas Bar Stool - LowDetails

        
            Thomas Chair
Thomas ChairDetails
Metrica

Metrica furniture is at ease in a residential space as it is in a commercial project, able to respond to the unique demands of both environments. The studio's versatile designs are characterised by their contemporary form, an understanding of the delicate relationship objects and volumes and a commitment to technological innovation in both materials and processes.