Green Gemini Stacking Chair
Crafted by some of the most respected designers in the world, Alias products are highly expressive and yet minimalist in style. Their story began in 1979 with Giandomenico Belotti's "Spaghetti Chair", one of Alias's first creations to become part of the MoMA collection in New York City. All Alias products are manufactured in Italy at plants located within 30 miles of their facilities at Grumello del Monte and Motta di Livenza. Alias consistently seeks to minimize environmental impact through policies involving every phase of its operations.
Design is a true vocation for Alias, even in the choice of its designers — well-known international names from different generations and with different training, such as: Giandomenico Belotti, Alberto Meda, Jasper Morrison, Patrick Norguet, Alfredo Häberli, James Irvine, and Michele de Lucchi. Over the years, Alias has established a special working relationship with each of these names, and the Alias inclination towards experimentation has fostered in every project the development of each designer's own particular qualities.
(1922-2004) After graduating in architecture from the University of Venice, he began working in restoration, city planning, and industrial design. Since 1979 he has worked with Alias planning the spaghetti chair. Still considered one of the most contemporary expressions of modern design, the chair is part of the permanent collection at the MoMA in New York. Belotti continued work with Alias over the following decade, marked by the Green collection.View other products by Giandomenico Belotti