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Quetzal Chair * Marc Venot’s

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Marc Venot designed the Quetzal Chair for Spanish furniture company, Missana.

Design Gallerist will show you in this article what is Quetzal Chair and why is so exclusive.

Quetzal Chair-marc-venotsMarc Venot is a designer born in Paris in 1979. This had a period training in mathematics and physics at the University of Jussieu in Paris. From this moment, he begins to devote himself to industrial design, where he attended École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle ( ENSCI / Les Ateliers – Paris ).

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Went through several agencies, from luxury brands, perfumes, and spirits for companies like Hermes, Cartier, Lavin, All-Clad, Martini, among others.
However, he created his own studio and began designing, creating furniture and products for companies such as Normann Copenhagen, Roset Line, Elements, Optimal …

The chair contains 14 overlapping pads that represent the feathers of birds.

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These pads, according to the designer, “create a striking visual appearance and give the product a unique characteristic of being able to change the main color of the chair in a heartbeat”.

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See other contemporary and iconic chairs.

Here, the designer presents his creative thinking, the way you got this amazing Quetzal Chair.

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