Presented: Salone del Mobile 2013, Milan
Stylepark-ID: 05.1894.10414
Categories: Home furnitureSeating furniturearmchairs
Product description

In this project the designers wanted to achieve a graceful rounded three-dimensional surface using the most simple pattern - a singular linear strip. Turning flat material into three dimensional volumetric shapes can be done in many ways: from pattern making in fashion to complex origami folding. This project is all about the effortlessness of its geometry.

To emphasize the simplicity of a rectangular strip being turned into this rounded curvaceous armchair the designers used Kvadrat Hallingdal 65 textile, a ‘warp and woof’ fabric, where two different coloured yarns are woven perpendicular to each other. By pulling out the warp, the longitudinal thread in a roll, more of the woof’s colour is exposed thus creating a linear graphic that emphasises the shape and geometry of Kenny.

Seat finish without upholstery
Base finish with legs
Backrest finish without back padding
Armrest finish with armrests
Material wood (unspecified)
textiles (unspecified)
Colors shades of blue
shades of grey
shades of brown

Moroso, Italy

Shay Alkalay

Yael Mer