Two distinct entities, but also two complements able to interact in order to bring creativity and liveliness to the space, thanks to a colored and contemporary design: Meg e Pepper are two Alma Design products, with an international imprinting, but sons of a typical Italian heart reality. Suitable both to furnish private spaces then contract locations, Meg and Pepper are show great resistance and functionality.Available both in indoor and outdoor version, they are equipped with technical devices and materials that make them time and weather resistant.
Meg is an armchair with an embracing shell and a vague American style, pop, with a simple, but visually 'important' look. Conceived to be in the spotlight, Meg is characterized by the absence of legs, that are replaced by two big 'wings' that create a 'sledge' effect and by the fact that the seatback is an arm itself. Meg is in polyethilene, available in the upholstered version for indoor locations and in the 'naked' one to furnish with knowledge outdoor locations, thanks to a hole on the seat that allows the outflow of rainwater.
Pepper is a polyethilene complement with an iconic aspect. Funny, eclectic, compact and multifunctional, Pepper can be placed everywhere, thanks to the wide range of available colors. Between a modern stool and a table, Pepper in the white version can have a lighten heart, to transform itself in lighting or even in a small table. In his outdoor version, the cable of Pepper is covered by a plastic material, for a safe,reliable and long-lasting use.
Meg and Pepper, already on the road all around the world, have been captured by the pages of the most important design magazines: if you find them, share you too! #almadesign
Marie Claire Maison
Styling: Bruno Tarsia
Photo: Lorenzo Pennati
Style assistant: Cristina Bisognin