1979_spaghetti_chair_mobile(1)
1979
Alias’ story began in 1979 with Giandomenico Belotti’s spaghetti chair, a chair which was one of Alias’ first creations to become part of the MoMA collection in New York.
spaghetti
1982_mario_botta_mobile
1982
Archetypal shapes in architectural geometry inspire seconda chair designed by the great contemporary architect from the Ticino, Mario Botta.
botta
1983_belotti_outdoor_mobile
1983
Alias goes outdoors with its green collection by Giandomenico Belotti.
green PVC
1987meda_lightlight_mobile
1987
Research and experimentation define the light light carbon fibre chair by Alberto Meda.
1991_rizzat_younglady_mobile
1991
Aesthetic and functional qualities come into play with the young lady swivel chair by Paolo Rizzatto.
young lady / tree table
1993_atlas_mobile
1993
The main purpose of the atlas collection by Jasper Morrison is based on one single concept of legs in conic stove enamelle steel.
atlas
1994_meda_frame_mobile(0)
1994
Alberto Meda developed the frame chair, with a structure in extruded aluminium and die casting elements, and PVC covered polyester mesh seat.
frame
1996_laleggera_mobile
1996
The poetics of lightness find expression in Riccardo Blumer’s laleggera chair, winner of the “Compasso d’Oro ADI” price in 1998.
laleggera
2000_flexus_mobile
2000
The new millennium opened with flexus by Paolo Rizzato, a brand new form of upholstery, in which the holes in the back lighten our perception of its dimensions.
2001_rollingframe_mobile
2001
The partnership with Alberto Meda had a new, significant impulse, with the development of the rollingframe.
frame
2003_segesta_mobile
2003
Segesta by Alfredo Häberli joins the alias collection thanks to its transparent yet assertive shape.
segesta
2004_frametable_mobile
2004
Perfect for any interior or building, whether public or private, the tables of the frame collection feature essential design and great formal lightness.
frametable
2006_setes_mobile
2006
Alberto Meda designs the setes bench characterized by a tactile and formal spirit.
2007_open-system_mobile
2007
Extension of the outdoor range with the open system by James Irvine.
2007_dehors_mobile
2007
Collection of sofas and armchair with dehors by Michele De Lucchi.
2009_biplane_mobile
2009
Alias extended its range of tables with the biplane collection by Alberto Meda.
2009_de-lucchi_mobile
2009
Furthermore the research of new design for chairs continues with the office chair norma by Michele De Lucchi.
2009_mediterranei_mobile
2009
The Mediterranean Seas – Love Difference chairs, a project by Alias and Michelangelo Pistoletto in collaboration with Juan E.Sandoval and CittadellarteFondazione Pistoletto. 248 chairs from laleggera collection compose six different seas, as a symbol of integration between different cultures.
2011_manzu_mobile
2011
Alias revisits a key archive project by Pio Manzù, the brilliant protagonist of Italian automobile design during the sixties.
manzù
2011_spaghetti_mobile
2011
The direct and concise language of Jasper Morrison is applied to the spaghetti chair. Jasper Morrison offers his own original reinterpretation of this Alias icon with tagliatelle. 
tagliatelle
2011_eleven_mobile
2011
Upholstered products enter the Alias world with a technological spirit in keeping with the personality of the brand, with eleven system designed by PearsonLloyd.
eleven
2011_teak_mobile
2011
Alias wins the Compasso d’Oro ADI for its teak table by Alberto Meda.
teak setes
2012_aline_mobile
2012
With aline by Dante Bounuccelli the bookcase becomes an authentic architectural element, in its simplicity and severity, endowed with the capacity to organize the living space.
aline
2012_elle_mobile
2012
Eugeni Quitllet loves exploring the very essence of objects. Revealing the inner soul in an unusual and intense vision. This is certainly the case with elle chair, elegant and comfortable.
elle
2012_kobe_mobile
2012
Inspired by the tradition of iron wire chairs, Kobi by Patrick Norguet coming up with an elegant and light-weight structure, highly contemporary suspended architecture.
kobi
2014_laleggera_mobile
2014
Wood is the leitmotif of kayak, a chair developed by means of traditional technologies to create a project of great elegance and comfort.
kayak
2014_tabu_mobile
2014
The collection of chairs and side table tabu designed by Eugeni Quitllet reinterprets the handcrafted tradition.
tabu
2015_soci_mobile
2015
The President of Alias, Beat Zaugg along with the Architect Renato Stauffacher, Alias Managing Director since 1993, and the architect Andrea Sanguineti, Brand Manager of the company, are in charge of the development of the historical design brand made in Italy.
2015_twig_mobile
2015
With its masterful combination of different materials and production techniques, wood, plastic and aluminium, Nendo has put his signature to the twig chair project for Alias.
twig
2015_saen_mobile
2015
Gabriele and Oscar Buratti portray the table for Alias with a central leg, with saen, a table with an concrete imposing base. Its fluid, continuous and soft design sees this table turned into a slender, willowy stem, creating a powerful contrast of shapes.
saen
2016_tavolo-zero_mobile
2016
The refined touch of Ron Gilad enters the Alias collection, for which the Israeli designer has developed the tavolo zero table system.
1979_alias_timeline_spaghetti(1)
1979
Alias’ story began in 1979 with Giandomenico Belotti’s spaghetti chair, a chair which was one of Alias’ first creations to become part of the MoMA collection in New York.
spaghetti
1982_alias_timeline_seconda(0)
1982
Archetypal shapes in architectural geometry inspire seconda chair designed by the great contemporary architect from the Ticino, Mario Botta.
botta
1983_alias_timeline_green(0)
1983
Alias goes outdoors with its green collection by Giandomenico Belotti.
green PVC
1987_alias_timeline_light-light
1987
Research and experimentation define the light light carbon fibre chair by Alberto Meda.
1991_alias_timeline_young-lady
1991
Aesthetic and functional qualities come into play with the young lady swivel chair by Paolo Rizzatto.
young lady / tree table
1993_alias_timeline_atlas
1993
The main purpose of the atlas collection by Jasper Morrison is based on one single concept of legs in conic stove enamelle steel.
atlas
1994_alias_timeline_frame
1994
Alberto Meda developed the frame chair, with a structure in extruded aluminium and die casting elements, and PVC covered polyester mesh seat.
frame
1996_alias_timeline_laleggera
1996
The poetics of lightness find expression in Riccardo Blumer’s laleggera chair, winner of the “Compasso d’Oro ADI” price in 1998.
laleggera
2000_alias_timeline_flexus
2000
The new millennium opened with flexus by Paolo Rizzato, a brand new form of upholstery, in which the holes in the back lighten our perception of its dimensions.
2001_alias_timeline_rollingframe
2001
The partnership with Alberto Meda had a new, significant impulse, with the development of the rollingframe.
frame
2003_alias_timeline_segesta
2003
Segesta by Alfredo Häberli joins the alias collection thanks to its transparent yet assertive shape.
segesta
2004_alias_timeline_frametable
2004
Perfect for any interior or building, whether public or private, the tables of the frame collection feature essential design and great formal lightness.
frametable
2004_alias_timeline_setes
2006
Alberto Meda designs the setes bench characterized by a tactile and formal spirit.
2007_alias_timeline_open-system
2007
Extension of the outdoor range with the open system by James Irvine.
2007_alias_timeline_dehors
2007
Collection of sofas and armchair with dehors by Michele De Lucchi.
2009_alias_timeline_biplane
2009
Alias extended its range of tables with the biplane collection by Alberto Meda.
2009_alias_timeline_norma
2009
Furthermore the research of new design for chairs continues with the office chair norma by Michele De Lucchi.
2009_alias_timeline_progetto-sedie-love-difference
2009
The Mediterranean Seas – Love Difference chairs, a project by Alias and Michelangelo Pistoletto in collaboration with Juan E.Sandoval and CittadellarteFondazione Pistoletto. 248 chairs from laleggera collection compose six different seas, as a symbol of integration between different cultures.
2009_alias_timeline_manzu
2011
Alias revisits a key archive project by Pio Manzù, the brilliant protagonist of Italian automobile design during the sixties.
manzù
2009_alias_timeline_tagliatelle(1)
2011
The direct and concise language of Jasper Morrison is applied to the spaghetti chair. Jasper Morrison offers his own original reinterpretation of this Alias icon with tagliatelle. 
tagliatelle
2011_alias_timeline_eleven
2011
Upholstered products enter the Alias world with a technological spirit in keeping with the personality of the brand, with eleven system designed by PearsonLloyd.
eleven
2011_alias_timeline_teak-compassodoro
2011
Alias wins the Compasso d’Oro ADI for its teak table by Alberto Meda.
teak setes
2012_alias_timeline_aline
2012
With aline by Dante Bounuccelli the bookcase becomes an authentic architectural element, in its simplicity and severity, endowed with the capacity to organize the living space.
aline
2012_alias_timeline_elle
2012
Eugeni Quitllet loves exploring the very essence of objects. Revealing the inner soul in an unusual and intense vision. This is certainly the case with elle chair, elegant and comfortable.
elle
2012_alias_timeline_kobi
2012
Inspired by the tradition of iron wire chairs, Kobi by Patrick Norguet coming up with an elegant and light-weight structure, highly contemporary suspended architecture.
kobi
2014_alias_timeline_kajak
2014
Wood is the leitmotif of kayak, a chair developed by means of traditional technologies to create a project of great elegance and comfort.
kayak
2014_alias_timeline_tabu
2014
The collection of chairs and side table tabu designed by Eugeni Quitllet reinterprets the handcrafted tradition.
tabu
2015_alias_timeline_AliasPresident
2015
The President of Alias, Beat Zaugg along with the Architect Renato Stauffacher, Alias Managing Director since 1993, and the architect Andrea Sanguineti, Brand Manager of the company, are in charge of the development of the historical design brand made in Italy.
2015_alias_timeline_twig(0)
2015
With its masterful combination of different materials and production techniques, wood, plastic and aluminium, Nendo has put his signature to the twig chair project for Alias.
twig
2015_alias_timeline_sean
2015
Gabriele and Oscar Buratti portray the table for Alias with a central leg, with saen, a table with an concrete imposing base. Its fluid, continuous and soft design sees this table turned into a slender, willowy stem, creating a powerful contrast of shapes.
saen
2016_alias_timeline_tavolo-zero
2016
The refined touch of Ron Gilad enters the Alias collection, for which the Israeli designer has developed the tavolo zero table system.
alias newsletter
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