Mammamia Marcello Ziliani / 2013 - 2016

One, ten, one hundred, one thousand Mammamia! The name resounds like an exclamation of surprise facing such versatility. Mammamia, the seating collection designed by Marcello Ziliani, includes indeed  single or stackable chairswith or without armrests.

With its distinctive young and informal design, and its soft and sinuous lines, Mammamia has an ergonomic and welcoming seat and a light structure, features that provide the chair with a balanced, pleasant and enticing look.

The options for personalising this chair, with its die-cast aluminium shell and steel structure, are almost unlimited.

Glossy or matt, coloured or embellished, sophisticated or purposely rough. It can be entirely varnished with one of the 213 colours in the RAL Classic folder, covered with light sheet – in gold, silver, copper or black - hand-polished in the mirror version or cladded with finish that recalls materials. Artisanal manufacturing process creates gradient cement or bronze textures. The seat also comes in soft upholstered versions with fabrics or leather, for an elegance that is second to none.

Add to all this the option of matching a chair - made in one of these variations -  with a structure in a precious galvanised gold or chrome finish.

A never-ending range of choices for a chair that never ceases to astonish!

Thanks to its almost infinite versions, it suits any indoor or covered outdoor environment. From the most contemporary and minimalist to the most traditional and refined Mammamia is always the perfect choice.

Complied with UNI-EN 16139:2013 European Standards which determine the strenght, durability and safety requirements of chairs for contract use, it is suitable both for public and private spaces.

" Designing Mammamia was first of all to pay a tribute. In creating a chair, the reference to the masters is obviously inevitable, and I felt it was a good idea to celebrate the Eames plastic side chair with a project that recaptured its elegance and proportions, however, introducing a substantial element of innovation such as the use of aluminium die-casting. This choice has allowed to reduce the thickness of the body to "extreme" sections of only 4 mm, but at the same time to obtain solidity in order to allow the use of the long and thin steel legs, giving lightness to the furniture. The chair is very thin and almost two-dimensional, but at the same time it is very solid and extremely comfortable."

Marcello Ziliani