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Revisited and reinvented, the new foldable armchair by DED ON is a study in elegant and modern aesthetics. With meticulous attention to detail, a wealth of innovative solutions, intriguing design, materials of character, attractive color combinations and outstanding textures, the armchair is the work of French designer Jean-Marie Massaud, the man behind such monumental projects as the Chivas Volcano Stadium in Mexico and the "Manned Cloud" airship hotel – conceived in collaboration with Onera, the French aerospace lab. Massaud’s FOLDIN G was inspired by the sophisticated allure of some memorable houses and terraces of Palm Springs in the ’50s. The result is a structure that is functional, flexible and light yet extremely robust. Made of die-cast aluminium and embellished by the warmth of the teak-finished curved plywood that covers its armrests, the armchair is also available in a glove-like outdoor leather version. Completing the chair are the company’s characteristic technical bearing elements made of woven fabric, which cover the backrest and seat.
Available in DED ON’s classic tones — spanning chalk and charcoal, stone and terracotta — FOLDIN G by Massaud is produced in three variations: dining, lounge and couch. The range also includes a corresponding series of foldable side tables in teak-finished marine plywood.
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