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Naïve Chair

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Description

The Naïve Chair could be drawn by a child – six sticks and one seat. The chair is stripped to the minimum – only seven parts – a carved, solid ash seat and six legs of equal length. The length and angles of the legs are set to get the best proportions for looks and comfort.

The chair can be flat-packet to a pizza box and takes only a minute to assemble or disassemble.

Open Edition
Full dimensions (cm)

389x492x823

Weight (kg)

5

Material

Production Year

2015

Color

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Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

389x492x823

Weight (kg)

5

Material

Production Year

2015

Color

,

The designer

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Inesa Malafej and Arunas Sukarevicius have been working together since they began their design studies at the Vilnius Academy of Arts. In 2012, while continuing their studies at the Royal Danish Academy, they started their own studio, entitled “etc.etc.” During the past two years, “etc.etc.” has already been working for several brands in Europe, an accomplishment recognised by industry’s prestigious “IF” and “Red Dot” awards. “In our work we hold a deep respect to the crafts, traditions, and evolution of every object. Together with this we are constantly looking for the next step in making them new, better, different, adapting it for today’s environment, technology and society.”

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