With the aim of creating a timeless, aesthetically essential chair collection, transversal in its adaptability to contexts, I decided to investigate how the use of basic geometric shapes could provide an unusual and distinctive result.
The circle for the seat and the square for the back have the same area and intersect creating a formal juxtaposition, in which a geometric figure dominates the other, according to the point of view.
The circular frame in solid ash holds the legs, also in solid ash, and allows the fixing of the curved plywood backrest. The seat is padded and upholstered.
Photo Credits: Max Gardone