FURNITURE DESIGN

‘’Cubic’’ chair

Cubic chair represents a multipurpose item of furniture which, depending on the user’s desire, can be used either as a chair or a coffee table for different types of interiors.
Material:
- backrest, seating part (thermo treated wood – beech wood)
- chair legs (thermo treated metal – stainless steel, polished aluminum)
Exhibition – Furniture fair, Belgrade 2013.





‘’Zen’’ chair

Zen chair represents a unique item of furniture designed for home and other interiors, with the primary purpose to enable seating comfort (ergonomic backrest) and contribute to the beauty of interior design.
Material:
- backrest, seating part (thermo treated wood – beech wood; spring steel, polished aluminum)
- chair legs (thermo treated wood – beech wood; spring steel, polished aluminum)
Exhibition – Furniture fair, Belgrade 2013.




‘’Elipso’’ armchair

Elipso armchair is a link-shaped item of furniture of innovative design, intended for public spaces and showrooms with the purpose to enable seating comfort and provide the space with a touch of elegance.
Material:
- body, seating part (thermo treated wood -beech wood; upholstery - bed cover fabric, leather)
- chair legs (metal – polished aluminum)
Exhibition – Furniture fair, Belgrade 2013.




‘’Transform’’ armchair-chair

Transform armchair/chair is a universal item of furniture for backyards and terraces with the appearance of a multipurpose armchair that is, by means of assembling the elements, easily transformed into a narrow bed, table or a taboret.
Material:
- backrest, seating part (thermo treated wood – beech wood)
- seating part (thermo treated metal - spring steel, polished aluminum)
Exhibition – Furniture fair, Belgrade 2013.





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