Sedia 2

by Julia Chiaramonti France

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 51x51x85
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The continuous line, a graphical element that usually is infinitely slim becomes a bold object by inflating it. This materialized line forms the backrest and legs and is completed by its own reflection in the mirror polished stainless steel seat.

Depending on the observers point of view the physical and mirrored bold lines create ever changing graphical compositions.


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Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 55 × 55 × 100 cm
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About the designer

Julia Chiaramonti is a Franco-Italian designer born in Paris.

After studying at the Camondo Interior Design School in Paris, she worked as an interior designer before returning naturally to her first passion, design.

Being generally ambitious and informed by her italian culture, she creates objects with clean lines and noble materials.

Chiaramonti\'s work has been exhibited in Paris at Nadia Candet\'s Private Choice as well as in Naples at EDIT Napoli. Renowned publications such as Wallpaper Magazine, Ideat, Le Monde, Elle Décor, Sight Unseen, DesignWanted or Feeling Wonen have reported on her work.

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