“The design of a piece of furniture can only be definite. It lacks fixed references – of scale, of ambient and of need. The human body has evolved so little than Egyptian chairs are still perfectly usable today. If we strip objects of their covering, we are left with the history of half a dozen forms. The imagination flies at low altitude among such forms, except when it is that of an impatient beginner.”
design: Álvaro Siza Vieira
Metalic painted components
Textured Brown Ral 8019
x – 320mm
y – 425mm
z – 625mm
25mm diameter steel tube structure coated with epoxy paint. Galvanized footrest. Brass tube ends. One of the stool legs allows height adjustment to ensure stability. Solid wood seat.
Álvaro Siza Vieira is a Portuguese architect graduated in the Porto School of Fine Arts between 1949 and 1955. His first work was built in 1954.
Was a professor at the School of Fine Arts and later at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto. Won several national and international awards, including the Pritzker Prize in 1992. His works are scattered throughout Portugal and around the world, such as the Boa Nova Tea House (Matosinhos, Portugal), Bonjour Tristesse Building (Berlin, Germany). Germany) Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto (Porto, Portugal), Serralves Museum (Porto, Portugal), Cultural Center and Iberê Camargo Foundation Auditorium (Porto Alegre, Brazil), among many others. Its iconic projects are a main influence of many Portuguese architects.
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