Casalino is back!
Popular in the seventies, forgotten in the eighties. In 2007 Casala wanted to introduce Casalino again. But where were the moulds? After much searching, the Lower Saxon company found them in Turkish tourist city of Anatalya on the Mediterranean coast, languishing in an attic. Casala brought them back and revived the forgotten classic that was awarded the “Die gute Industrieform” prize in 1971 in Hanover, Germany.
Casalino 2007 is therefore not a remake, but rather the original designed by Alexander Begge. “The work was such a pleasure that I forgot everything around me,” remembers Begge when thinking of the chair’s creation.
And this joy of plastic-pop and change of the 70s lives on nearly 40 years later and proves that a relaxed living style has a practical side: Up to four of the chairs can be stacked, needing only a third cubic metre of space. Casalino is elegant and robust, can be washed, and its colours are resistant to bleaching by the sun. It is practical inside, as well as outside, both in the office and the garden. It is antistatic and suitable for modern textiles.
Casalino is pretty and stays pretty. The chair is scratch-resistant due to its thorough dying process and free from edges. For additional comfort, the chair (Casalino 2005) with the corresponding upholstery, chosen from the textile series Xtreme Plus by Camira.
The Casalino table, designed in 2007, is also available.
Please indicate the upholstery's colour when ordering! For additional colour varieties, please contact us.