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Fabrics

Batyline® by Serge Ferrari

White

Grey

Camel

Stone

Sand

Bronze

Terracota

Green

Blue

Anthracite

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Flat Textil Counter stool with backrest

FLAT TEXTIL is a collection of outdoor furniture that was born from the FLAT collection, designed by Mario Ruiz over 10 years ago. It is composed of a series of elegant and balanced pieces, reissued in their lightest and most portable version. Their structure has been reduced to a minimum and the protagonist is the Batyline® micro-perforated fabric.

 

The FLAT TEXTIL Counter stool with backrest is an outdoor stool made with aluminium profiles that are welded through a semi-industrial development and subsequently powder-coated in a wide range of colours. The seat and back of this designer stool are made of Batyline® mesh fabric, specially designed for outdoor use.

 

The FLAT TEXTIL Counter stool with backrest is an exclusive design by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO.


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Sizes (HxhxL)

40x42x77 cm

16x17x30 inch

Materials

Thermo-lacquered welded aluminium

Batyline® fabric

About Mario Ruiz

Born in 1965 in Alicante, Spain, designer Mario Ruiz graduated in Industrial Design from Barcelona’s prestigious Elisava Design School. He started his independent professional career in 1995 opening his own studio in Barcelona.

Siemens, Steelcase, Teknion Studio, Offecct, lapalma, Thomson, Arflex, Haworth, Grundig, Palau, GANDIABLASCO, Expormim, HBF, Metalarte, Joquer, B.lux... are among the many clients with whom Mario Ruiz has worked extensively. For some of these companies he not only undertakes projects directly related to their products in diferent fields (domestic and office furniture, lighting, textile design, product design) but also acts as creative director defining their product.

Mario Ruiz’s work has been shown in exhibitions throughout Europe and Japan and he has been acknowledged with more than 40 important awards. In 2016 he received the prestigious National Design Prize, given by the King of Spain, Felipe VI and the Ministry of Economy.

He is also the recipient of Delta de Plata prizes, awarded by Barcelona’s ADI-FAD (Association for Industrial Design). In Europe and the US, meanwhile, he has received plaudits from Red Dot, IF, Design Plus, and the Wallpaper Awards.

From 1992 until 2002, Mario Ruiz was Professor of Industrial Projects at the Eina and Elisava design schools in Barcelona. He has given numerous lectures in Tokyo, Singapore, New York, Dubai, London, and Chicago.

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Mario Ruiz

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Shooting of the Flat collection

2010