“Soft Non-Conformist” chair

by AaltoAalto Studio Finland

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A metal chair inspired by yarn bombing and upholstered by crocheting. Steel frame with colored cotton yarn.
The design was created for the Rephrasals project in Malmö Form/Design Center as an interpretation of Inez Svensson’s Randig Banan textile print from 1986. Both are soft and rich in contrast while breaking with conforming ideals. The yarn texture creates a warm organic covering layer over the cold steel structure. The chair is available in various colors and with optional materials for crocheting on demand.



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Aalto+Aalto is a Helsinki-based design office working with products, spaces and exhibitions. Their aim is to create special everyday objects with a strong identity and story. They are inspired by time-tested old techniques, all kinds of factories and flea markets. Their special skill is managing to make things which are imaginative and different but still simple and timeless. Their work has been widely exhibited, is included in the collections of the Design museum in Helsinki and in Quebec and has been awarded the iF golden product design award. Aalto+Aalto are Elina Aalto and Klaus Aalto.
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