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Design by Ross Lovegrove, 2005.
A gorgeous study in positive and negative space. An aqueous form with seat back, arms and seat melting into tapered legs. Cutting-edge material molding technology. The Supernatural Armchair defies convention in every respect. Large perforations shape the arms and backrest and create what designer Ross Lovegrove terms, "a multi-sensory effect." In a lighted room, the perforations cast shadows that "enrich the space and thus offer the architectural surfaces unexpected levels of beauty." Offered in six colors.
Material(s): Fiberglass-reinforced, integrally-colored polypropylene
Dimensions: 25.25" W X 22" D X 31" H
By: Inga Z., Renter (new york)
I found this product online after official Moroso store in New York told me they didnt have it. Customer service was excellent. The shipping was fast from Maryland warehouse. Moroso rep from New York store told me that waiting time is 14 weeks. After ordering this product from Yliving waiting time was only 1 week. The chair itself is great. We are using it in high traffic spa as a lounge chair. Durability is great. Clients love this comfortable and beautiful chair I am ordering more.
Designer: Ross Lovegrove
Ross Lovegrove studied design at Manchester Polytechnic and subsequently trained at the Royal College of Art in London. At frog design, he contributed to the design of the Sony Walkman and Apple computers. As an in-house designer for Knoll International in Paris, Lovegrove worked on the Alessandri office system. As a co-member of the Atelier de Nimes, along with Philippe Starck and Jean Nouvel, he acted as a design consultant to Luis Vuitton, Cacharel, Dupont and Hermès. In 1990, he created Studio X in London. Lovegrove is inspired by forms of the natural world, the possibilities of new manufacturing techniques and the ability to evoke an emotional response in users.View other products by Ross Lovegrove
Moroso started from the end: it began by considering the end users, their lifestyles and their ways of using their living-rooms. A living room is a place you open to other people, in order to express your hospitality, but can also be a place of quiet and reflection.View other products from Moroso