Chainmail Chair

by Panorammma Atelier Mexico


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Not intended for rough use.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 60x60x120
Limited Editions Material : nickel plated steel
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The “Chainmail Chair” is a new take on William Katavolos 1952’s “T-Chair”. Its seat is made up of hand-linked metal rings coming together to form a strong and flexible mesh that drapes down its T structure.

The Chainmail Chair’s design supports Felix Guattari’s concept of “a body without organs”, a body that is open to different forms of expression: to pain, to pleasure, to pleasure in pain, a body concentrated on its primal instincts. It expresses and questions our wish for constraint.


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Weight 11 kg
Dimensions 70 × 65 × 125 cm
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About the designer

Panorammma is a furniture design atelier based in Mexico City that seeks to redefine our relation to functional objects through experimentations with materials and forms. Functionality becomes a premise for visual narratives and a medium for conceiving new possibilities of living immersed in an aesthetic proposal.

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