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“Lost in Transition”, Urban Chair

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Due to the technological era we live in and the social pattern caused by social media, we no longer are focused on physical interactions; instead, we are focused on virtual ones. “Lost in Transition” is an urban object-space comprised of two chairs connected by an arch. It enforces a physical face-to-face interaction while the periphery…

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Estimated production time: 3 weeks

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Due to the technological era we live in and the social pattern caused by social media, we no longer are focused on physical interactions; instead, we are focused on virtual ones. “Lost in Transition” is an urban object-space comprised of two chairs connected by an arch. It enforces a physical face-to-face interaction while the periphery stools focus on a solitary moment for writing, reading, or enjoying the surroundings.

Blurring the boundaries between object and space, the structure adapts to the ephemerality of spaces today through its versatility and enables numerous spatial configurations in various environments to create fleeting scenarios in a city.

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255x45x259

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Production Year

2019

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Full dimensions (cm)

255x45x259

Material

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Production Year

2019

Color

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T SAKHI | Tessa & Tara Sakhi
Based in Beirut, Lebanese-Polish sisters Tessa and Tara Sakhi co-founded in 2016, T SAKHI, a multidisciplinary architecture and design studio. In an increasingly fast paced world, the sister architects place human interaction at the core of their practice, and question our contemporary understandings of identity and living. They design both permanent and ephemeral spaces & objects, drawing from the emotional and psychological experiences by incorporating all five senses and memory. ​From modern residences integrating communal needs, to portable nightclubs with intimate niches, to readapted urban security barriers as sites of rest and greenery, or satiric dining installations, T SAKHI’s synergetic projects are diverse, playful and interactive. They range from architecture, product design, art objects, installations, scenography and film. In the latter, a variety of creatives are invited to explore their designs, creating narratives for spaces, cinematography, fashion and music, blurring reality and fiction. Despite their versatile talents and contrasting affinities, the sisters combine their duality to create a hybrid occidental-oriental inspiration, and collaborate with creatives and craftsmen from all over the world, provoking an exchange and dialogue to reach expertise and innovation.
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Ghassan Salameh
Ghassan Salameh is the Adorno curator of design destination Beirut. "Lost in Transition", Urban Chair by T SAKHI | Tessa & Tara Sakhi is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Beirut. As a local and recognized design expert Ghassan Salameh's curation is a quality assurance that buying from T SAKHI | Tessa & Tara Sakhi is a safe investment in the most important design from Beirut right now.

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