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Chaise Cuatro by Ricardo Garza Marcos

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 24, 2012 01:02 AM
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by KirstenGrove last modified May 23, 2012

I think most design enthusiasts would agree that a good chair should be a staple piece for any space.  Form, design and functionality are all important components of a chair, and this chair has all of that and more.  Designer and architect Ricardo Garza Marcos, has created the Chaise Cuatro.  The — Continue reading …




 

 


I think most design enthusiasts would agree that a good chair should be a staple piece for any space.  Form, design and functionality are all important components of a chair, and this chair has all of that and more.  Designer and architect Ricardo Garza Marcos, has created the Chaise Cuatro.  The Chaise Cuatro is made of three bent Wood parts for the chair and one for the ottoman.  The chair is composed of a main bent plywood sheet that holds the leather cushions.  The armrest and back support is made by a two-piece bent plywood shell that helps the main piece stay in place.  The inspiration for this chair comes from the 1956 Eames Lounge Chair.  It’s fresh, it’s modern, it’s what we love!

 


 

 

 
 
 

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