LOUNGE CHAIRS

Gemma

Designer: Daniel Libeskind

Architecture as a cultural idea, as a platform for relations between places and people. The design project as an exercise in a small architecture, where the landscape is replaced by the definition of a space and the population density by the single individual. An armchair developed on the idea of contrast, experience and perception derived from the interpretation of an opposite form to the usual image. The asymmetrical angularity is this offset by the softness of the material. An object which places the spectator, whether an active or passive user, before an inevitably radical reflection.

Resin treated polystyrene, flame-retardant foam. Glides in polypropylene. The small armchair GEMMA cover are not removable.

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