Italian designer Cini Boeri (Cini Boeri)exactly 30 years ago, presented at the Milan exhibition an armchair that was not at that time analogs. Of course, the invention became the most innovative product of the year. Chini ventured to challenge technology and won - now the armchair flaunts not only in expensive restaurants, apartments and villas, but even in the Roman National Gallery of Modern Art. The chair was not accidentally called Ghost (fromEng. "A ghost, a ghost"). It is made of a single glass sheet, which was specially bent under high temperature. No seams and joints, bolts or glue - only a clean and transparent form of the chair, which, among other things, also withstands a weight of up to 150 kilograms. That is, it is practical, moreover it looks as stylish as possible and even futuristic. Chini Boeri realized this idea in 1987 with the help of Fiam. This year, at the iSaloni furniture exhibition, which will be held from 4 to 9 April, the designers will present a reinterpreted mini-version of the masterpiece of thirty years ago. Find their creations can be on the stand Fiam (Hall 5 - Stand B11).