The Chitaly Collection looks like it can be arranged to create half-formed math equations. It has discernible math and punctuation symbols on the surfaces, adding a nice design element that will get people mulling over their meaning in the context of the Chitaly Collection as a whole. Almost as puzzling as the name of the furniture family itself, 'Chitaly' is a combination of the words Chile and Italy, the two countries in which this series was created.
Made by Italian architect and designer Stefano Pugliese, the Chitaly Collection is comprised of stools in two sizes and tables in two shapes. Each piece was crafted out of plywood left relatively untouched with black Raystone used for the tops.
The Chitaly Collection is Made out of Plywood and Raystone
Meghan Young — May 15, 2012 — Art & Design
References: stefanopugliese & design-milk