Flowing lines of timber form a supportive cradle in Neri & Hu's Duet Chair for De La Espada.
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Inspired by Thonet's classic Viennese bistro chair, De La Espada and Neri & Hu have recreated its characteristic curves using innovative construction techniques.
The chair is made using a series of carved wood components, joined with mortise and tenon, a modern alternative to the traditional steam-bent technique. This gives the silhouette of continuous curves while visible join lines and patterns add contrast and interest to the design.
The Duet Chair is available online in black oiled ash and white oiled oak as pictured. Alternative finishes and an upholstered seat are available upon request. See technical downloads for details of additional finishes.
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Maruni's Tako Armchair designed by Naoto Fukasawa features flowing curves inspired by the tentacles of an octopus, it is is imbued with the 'soul-like' qualities of wood.
Originally designed in 1926 by Stuttgart-based designer and architect Richard Herre is the re-edition of the Stuttgart Chair from e15.