Sérgio J. Matos has designed an armchair named Caçuá.
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The entire collection of seating and tables are produced in transparent polycarbonate using injection molding technology–one of the key points to mention is the ability of having producing the ‘Uncle Jack’ sofa using this method because of its size of almost 2 metres long, something which has not previously been possible.
A unique piece of design that is comfortable, fun and amazingly practical for all types of living spaces. While it accessorizes your home, it also functions as the perfect solution for your overnight guest accomodation. Stylish and comfortable, paq chair consists of a mattress, a changeable textile cover and a cylindrical drum that serves as a bedside table and hides the bed sheet.
Alma looks for a new composition and a different relationship between the elements of an armchair. The result, two volumes that can combine different colours and materials. This enables the use of Alma in different areas: indoor, with fully upholstered version “Alma in and out with “Alma Out”, the result of a novel combination in outdoor furniture; polyethylene fabric.
Known because of its dynamic design, An Italian manufacturer Pedrali has introduced new stylish chair called Pasha Chair. Pasha is modern armchair designed by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli. Both designers have described Pasha Chair as synthesis between tradition and innovation. Come in barely transparent and ethereal look, Pasha will look great for contemporary or modern décor.
This comfy armchair design comes from Japanese architect Daisuke Motogi and is called “Lost in Sofa”. As its unusual name suggests, the chair has the ability to “lose” objects. Meaning that it allows its users to insert various items into it, such as notebooks, phones or the remote control, up to the point when one can not see them anymore.
As a spinoff to the old-world famous designs, Modani has transformed the White Royal Arm Chair from a classic model into a neo-baroque piece with bold features. The ornate wood work is hand carved with a florid pattern and intricate accents. The body of the chair, including the full back, is lined with leatherette and crafted into a robust foundation fit for royalty.