On tranquility and comfort
by Mathias Remmele | 10/21/2011
Kaiman Jacaré, named after the Brazilian crocodile, is a frameless composition of irregular padded shapes forming what looks like a tangle of alligators. Each element can be detached and reattached at will.
An inviting refuge, it promises a hi
ghly personal, almost carnal, relationship, with bits you can hug when you need comforting.
The iridescent coloured fabrics, chosen for their resemblance to the animal world, include crocoprinted leather, and satiny, ultrasoft artificial fur.
|Seat finish||with upholstery|
|Colors||shades of green
shades of brown