KUKA chair by Studio DLux

September 6th, 2013 by retail design blog

This is the first furniture design of studio DLux. Being assembled and disassembled in just 1 minute, KUKA brings the ease of storage and transportation. With the goal of bringing elegance to any space and ensure the comfort of the user, KUKA project consists of 6 assembled pieces of wood cutten by a CNC Machine. The studio wants to bring design and customization, giving the opportunity to every client to customize your own.

Our desire is to create a collaborative network around the world, who share their own customizations, to contribute with suggestions and ideas for our creation. Contact us to learn more about how you can get your KUKA and also customize it your way.








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