Mirror Lounge Chair

by Project 213A Portugal

6.200 incl. tax

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 88x75x63
Open Editions Material : Mirrorglass, wood frame
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In the mid-20th century, a Brutalist movement emerged characterized by a deliberate plainness, heavy and ruthless style, born out of utopian idealism. The style fell out of popularity in the late 1970s due to its cold and grim nature. The lounge chair presents a playful take on brutalism with its minimal shape and an eye-catching mirrored surface. The design complements the interior by blending in and reflecting its surroundings, bringing a distinctive presence to the room.

The mirror surface is eye-catching at the same time as it makes it blend in with its surrounding space.

Material: Glass
Dimensions: H 63 cm x L 88 cm x W 55.5 cm
Seat height: 21cm
Production time: 6-8 weeks

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Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 93 × 80 × 68 cm
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About the designer

Project 213A is a European design house founded in 2020 as an idea by four friends linked by a common design philosophy. This Project became reality with the launch in September 2021. The brand’s goal is to create modern as well as unique furniture and home accessories that are timeless with a commitment to work towards a more sustainable future. The name of the brand “Project 213A” refers to a London based address where all four founders each have lived in - at different times throughout their studies. The building is featured prominently within the logo where their home stood, above a launderette. Each product is responsibly manufactured in selected Portuguese factories and family run workshops to provide a considerate way of production while minimising wasteful practices.

Curated by

In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.