Hakuna Matata is an armchair with frame in sand-blasted matte black-stained solid ash.‎
Its name is a declaration of intent: named after the famous expression which in Swahili means “no worries”, with its decisive and compact curved lines it suggests an unprecedented approach to the time we spend in the garden as well as in the home.‎ From the backrest, which draws a small arch in the part that connects it to the wide, gently concave seat, to the two solid legs on which it rests firmly, this item designed by Roberto Lazzeroni smiles reassuringly at us in its uniqueness.‎
Wood is a living material and thus in time it can undergo slight colour and dimension variations.‎
During the first months, the objects which lay on the tops must be periodically shifted since wood, finished with natural substances, is light sensitive and oxidizes, creating colour differences between the exposed and covered parts.‎