Friday, 14 March 2008

Eye Candy of the Week





Product: Maid Chair (chaise domestique)
Collection: La femme et la maison

Designer: Nika Zupanc
Material: Polycarbonate
Dimensions: 88.8 X 43 X 46.6 cm

Prototype: Producers Welcome!
Website: http://www.nika-zupanc.net/

Yummy Factor: C'est délicieux !




"This chair is not about parts and materials. It is about flesh and desires. Its shapes are following sensual curves of ideal feminine body; it’s proportions are pushing fantasies to the surface."

"It is...It is so passe, you claim. It is just a clićhe, you pray. It is all plastics, you say.
But you just can’ t help it. 36 - 24 - 36 all ready put a spell on you."






Based on the Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen in 1956 for Knoll, designer Nika Zupanc from Slovenia has reinvented the look and feel of this classic piece just as Philippe Starck did with his ghost chair interpretation of a classic Louis XVI piece.




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3 comments:

jane said...

These chairs are an ideal example of art and functionality co-existing. They would command presence in the right space for sure - even the translucent ones.

jane said...

This chair is an ideal example of art and functionality co-existing. They would command presence in the right space for sure - even the translucent ones.

echito said...

It's so sexy and ladylike!

This is the perfect piece for a modern girlie space!