ODESD2 recently shared with us images of their Patricius chair designed by Sergey Senchin.
Here’s their description,
Patricius 1 chair by Sergey Senchin reminds us about domestic life of golden age of the Roman Empire. People who had high community position paid a lot of attention to furnishing of their houses and first of all to quality of objects.
“The tectonics of Patricius 1 stool is honesty shape. That’s why you can recognize an assignment of the object from the first glance. At the same time the stool is laconic and can be used as an accent in minimalist interior”.
Patricius series seemed to reveal the secret – what was hidden behind a luxuriously decorated objects – and how the interior of the Roman Empire’s patrial would look like today.
Material: steel rod, veneer
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