ANNI Toronja de la Paz Dining Chair

by Comité de Proyectos Mexico

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Description

Made of mahogany wood, (very popular during the 60’s) and Red Coral and Henna Linara Romo fabric.

This chair cannot be modified in dimensions nor material variation.

Inspired by the work of Bauhaus textile artist Anni Albers, this version of the De La Paz chair, named after her, is an exploration of the use of color through collaboration.

MAYE, experts in colorimetry, were inspired by two of Anni’s works to create pieces that dialogue with contemporary design. These combi- nations were adapted to the De La Paz chair, a piece that recently became part of the Comit√© de Proyectos catalog.
This collaboration consists of a limited run of 100 pieces: 50 of the Anni Cocoa model and 50 of Anni Toronja.

Anni Toronja stems from the textile piece “Study for DO I” from 1973. Inspired by Mexican and Peruvian textiles, this piece proposes a pattern of geometric figures.

Dimensions LxWxH (cm)

54×60.5×78

Weight (kg)

15

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Number Of Pieces Created

50

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We are Andrea Flores and Lucía Soto. We have worked designing together since 2010, and in 2014 we founded Comité de Proyectos, a company dedicated to interior design and furniture sales, located in Mexico City. What we enjoy most about our work is translating emotions and sensations into utilitarian objects and living spaces; that is, internalization. We like to create transcendent, durable and timeless pieces, with a contemporary style working hand in hand in collaboration with craft workshops. Together with our team of designers and artisans we have developed three collections of sculptural objects that have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Mexico and abroad; and we also have an extensive catalog of furniture for residential and commercial use. Our thinking is a constant flow between the subjective and the functional, the craft and the market, technique and art.
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