Curves, lightness and the craftsman hand presence were always Brazilian characteristics on architecture and design. Also present, in the Brazilian’s way of sitting and in the concept of the Luisa chair from estudiobola. The lightness, typical in modern design and architecture in the 60’s are present in the chair structure. Niemeyer’s pieces and Rio de Janeiro’s geography, our main postcard, inspire the chair upholstery curves. The Brazilian craftsman work appears in the sinuous and involving tapestry with precise fit in the structure.
The Brazilian’s way of sitting is a “mix” of all of that: plasticity, subtlety and handicraft.
Width: 54 cm Length: 53 cm Height: 81 cm
Solid wood frame – Jequitibá.
Plain natural leather tapestry and lightweight and heavyweight (canvas) cotton fabrics.
Brazilian Designer: Estudio Bola