Krzesło z tworzywa MEM Brązowe

Kristalia

928,20 zł brutto

1 190,00 zł

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A contemporary chair, with a name inspired by an ancestral sound: Mem, which means "water" in the ancient Egyptian language. Made of injection-moulded polypropylene reinforced with glass, it is highly resistant and elegant, with its skilfully designed corners and curves.

Wysokość.H 81
Głęb.Szer.W 56
Materiał Plastik
Kolor Brązowy

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A contemporary chair, with a name inspired by an ancestral sound: Mem, which means "water" in the ancient Egyptian language. Made of injection-moulded polypropylene reinforced with glass, it is highly resistant and elegant, with its skilfully designed corners and curves. The chair also has two holes that make it stackable while retaining its entirely all-embracing shape: a valuable advantage also in contract or outdoor environments. Kolor: brązowy. Producent: Kristalia, Włochy.

Christophe Pillet has sculpted a chair with armrest for Kristalia, suited also to use inside, perhaps in a modern office or flat, as well as in a garden or on the patio of an al fresco restaurant. The chair is visually striking, not in colour, for it is both sensibly and starkly monochromatic, but in form: the arms sweep out at 20 degrees, while the trapezoidal shape of the rear legs is engaging as a play upon perspective as all four legs can be easily seen from the front. A modern seat, its name is inspired by an ancient sound: Mem; its import is ‘water’ in the tongue of ancient Egypt. This plastic chair with an armrest is made from reinforced polypropylene with glass and print injected into it, giving great resistance with an elegant design of cleverly accented angles and curves.

The characteristic feature of this chair is bi-injection, a process which renders it stiff, keeping this seat in its absolutely beautiful form. The skin is pleasingly uniform and covers every face and vertex of the piece. This sculptured plastic chair with ergonomic armrest is also valuable in outdoor spaces, a quality piece of furniture for hotels, museums, offices and the like, already used to add to choice modern contexts as far afield as Central Asia and Norway. It comes with removable cushions of soft and flexible polyurethane in the same colours as the seat: these provide a touch more comfort.

Christophe Pillet

born in 1959, he graduated from the academy of decorative arts in nice in 1985 and a year later took a post-graduate course at the domus academy in milan. from 1986 to 1988 he worked with martine bedin in milan, and from 1988 to 1993 with philippe starck in paris. his first items of furniture, issued by xo, date from 1991. since may 1993 he has been working as an independent designer.

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