An accomplished fashion designer before she turned to furniture, Lorenza Bozzoli drew inspiration from her textiles background, working closely with master Italian upholsterers to create modules of exceptional comfort and quality. “The expertise of these master craftsman combined with my own fashion experience has resulted in a new standard of upholstered outdoor furniture.” she says.
Among BRIXX’s defining characteristics is a diagonal groove that runs across the fabric of each module, introducing triangles to the rectilinear design. The groove is created by sewing two pieces of fabric to a third one underneath, leaving a small gap in between. As users combine modules, backrests and cushions, they construct abstract geometrical landscapes all their own. Modules with and without fixed backrests work perfectly together.
BRIXX comes upholstered in its own outdoor-ready fabric, soft and inviting Dune. The fabric’s chunky yarns are spun with 50-percent recycled post-industrial fibers in an array of colors.
The resulting imperfections, both deliberate and desirable, give this water-repellant fabric its natural appearance, conveying both depth and richness of tone. BRIXX modules are available in a choice of colors — red tinged DUNE shore, blueish DUNE cove, or beige PUNO straw and greyish-beige PUNO reed — or a graphic combination of them.