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Lema
Bai Lu

Design: Neri&Hu

2012

stylepark-id: 05.1241.00057

Bai Lu

01 product description

Product description

The Bai Lu chair from the Chinese architectural studio Neri & Hu. The shapes recall those of classical oriental seating, a structure with a round cross section supports a curved plane which creates a seat and back with a soft line. The name means “white dew” and identifies the second month of September in the Chinese calendar, the period in which the product was designed.

02 Tags

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