Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka
Where do you think mermaids would seat, into the blue, while rolling up their long tails? Certainly not on rationalist thrones or minimalist stools, perhaps on ancient rocks shaped by the sea. To this fantasy world seems inspired Tokujin Yoshioka – names of objects are never random – by building a seat as a mysterious river bed. At the base a large hollowed fold to fold legs (or tails, for sirens), on the back a double sinuous fold to rest arms.
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W700 x D650 x H835 mm
The Tokyo-Pop collection marks, in 2002, the debut on the international scene by Tokujin Yoshioka, now considered one of the masters of contemporary design. The sofa, the armchair and especially the chaise longue and the stool, forget the banality of rotational molding to become sculptures. Unforgettable and unusual shapes.
In this very essential canonical dimensioned table, works plastic as if it was stone or concrete, insisting on the polite rounding of edges and the softness of junctions.
Fabio Novembre uses furniture design to tell intense and fascinating stories in which the protagonist is often the human figure. This human figure is capable of becoming abstract and universal, able to propose a mythic beauty as occurred in Greek art. So that Nemo, a face with classic features is hollowed out to create an […]