M.artedesign – Oct 2o22
The way the volume is created in the Levante chair derives from creating surfaces that join three curves that are arranged linearly in space and that touch in only one point.
In this way an elegant chair is brought into being, distinctive for its diagonal lines which create an original harmony of enveloping surfaces and sharp edges. This is the distinguishing feature that gives an individual quality to what is universally known as normality.
The aesthetic aspect found across the whole range of products was created as an inevitable consequence of the construction: the project takes shape from the desire to create the upholstered version without molds but with only layers of polyurethane folded in 2D.
The shell is moulded in recycled post-industrial polypropylene in which the thickness has been optimized in order to use as little plastic as possible without altering any of the features contributing to durability and comfort. It will be mounted on 7 different bases and the completely upholstered version with cushion is also envisaged.