Kimono chair by Ramon Esteve Estudio

April 21st, 2017 by retail design blog

The outdoor furniture firm comes back to the Salone del Mobile Milano with new products that will become references from the most prominent collections by Ramón Esteve. Inspired by traditional Japanese costumes, the kimono chair follows the line of research faceted shapes combined with the transparency game made with polycarbonate.


It’s geometry generates a series of highlights and transparencies reminding us of mineral formations. A design with character that, due to it’s materiality, connects in many spaces either contemporary or classic areas due to the conceptual contrast being stackable and light.

Design: Ramon Esteve Estudio

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One thought on “Kimono chair by Ramon Esteve Estudio

  1. Bharat says:

    The style of chair is so good and perfectly made for this simple and yet professional look. Thanks for sharing these pictures with us . Keep Blogging.

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