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Double Zero Chair from Moroso * David Adjaye

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Architect David Adjaye designs “Double Zero” Chairs for Moroso.
These chairs influenced by the Art Deco movement, are presented in fair Salone del Mobile furniture.

Adjaye created a design that resulted from a study of the basic principles of the human body support.
“The zero Doube collection” reflects that both visually and structurally.

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‘double zero’ with leather material and strong lines

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Back View ‘double zero’ with leather material and strong lines

 

“The Double Zero collection by David Adjaye was born as a study of shape and an exploration of the primary composition required for supporting the body in space,” said a statement from Italian furniture brand, Moroso.

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arm chair version photo by alessandro paderni

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arm chair version photo by alessandro paderni

 

The main structure has “double zero” that is characterized by a framing system that supports each chair without the input of traditional legs. These two circular elements, the seat and the back,  are enclosed by a series of metal hoops that produce a very strong iconic image of the seat from all angles, and which make the ‘double zero’ seem as if it is suspended in mind air.

The metal, finished in chrome, is also used to form a square element spanning the gap between the legs of the chair, bracing the structure and providing a footrest.

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two-seater version of ‘double zero’ photo by alessandro paderni

 

This collection also have a small two-seater sofa, with the pair of pads placed side by side and joined where the metal hoops touch.

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bar stool version photo by alessandro paderni

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bar stool version photo by alessandro paderni

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arm chair version photo by alessandro paderni


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