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Ahead of us we have another example of creative furniture that broke the pattern, it`s entitled Quartz and it`s a modular furniture based on simple geometry derived from pentagons and hexagons. The project is created by a collaboration in between Davide Barzaghi and CTROL ZAK .
This collaboration between managed to create something interesting, a bold, rigid and surprising looking armchair that futures the most relaxing experience. The playful aspect is observed only once you get in touch with the object, the sensitive part being realized out of natural foam, these pieces can be used as individual seating’s to further emphasize the creativity and ergonomics of it. The armchair`s structure is realized out of solid beech wood that is carefully arranged in it`s simplicity in order to host different positions for each foam piece.
“Quartz is a system that couples two-dimensional pentagonal and hexagonal wooden structures, which develop in three dimensions following natural crystalloid formations. The geometric volumes are covered with ecological fabrics in mixed colour variations producing an end result that resembles more a wild micro-habitat than an armchair.”
Even though the chair does not feature high end materials or complex geometry in essence the variety of arrangements that can come out of it are directly proportional to the price you pay. This variety and the bold, rigid, interesting look are definitely great assets to any contemporary interior design though.
Photo Courtesy to Davide Barzaghi and CTROL ZAK