I love Italy and I love the concept of in-and-out furniture with elegant touches. This collection is interesting and might not be for everyone but I do like the direction David Lopez Quincoces is going toward. Let’s lay this collection out and please feel free to give me your thoughts.
Inspired by the 1950s for the LOOM collection by David Lopez Quincoces, the sofa, armchair, day-bed and bench, are perfect interpretations of the in-out-in concept that summarises the company philosophy.
Minimalism and elegant simplicity define the project: designing its profile, an essential frame in mahogany enclosing a refined cane weave for the indoor version or natural rope for the outdoor version, echo of artisan tradition and expression of well-developed manual abilities.
The tactile nature of its outdoor frame is juxtaposed to the almost ethereal lightness of the indoor upholstery, decorated by perimeter rat tail cord stitching that defines its tailored quality.
Great comfort is conferred by the belts placed under the structure, in the case of the sofa, and the deep seat that welcomes and protects like a nest. Thanks to its discreet and light presence, highlighted further by the presence of four thin legs, Loom is a proposal suited to both indoor/outdoor settings that expresses refinement, a desire to escape and a carefree attitude.