This chair is a part of a collection called “Frame Shaming”, which is an exploratory project about how furniture can represent our different personalities and appearances. This project is inspired by body shaming and the quote “what if someone sees that I am humane?”
The “Frame Shaming” furniture is between unbalanced and balanced, between classic and non classic. It is something that is familiar but, at the same time, makes us react. The “Frame Shaming” collection is a comment to the patriarchal structure which has given us unattainable goals that are doomed for us to fail.
The sturdy legs makes the chair steady and it certainly takes its place in every room it enters. The shiny blue fabric gives it elegance, while the wavy backrest gives you comfortable support on a lazy day.
This chair is hand made in Sweden. The legs are solid birch, while the backrest and seat are dressed in a durable fabric. The fabric is water and dirt-repellent and is 50 % cotton and 50 % nylon. The upholstery is not removable.