Lazybones is a sculptural chair with archetypal shapes, characterized by three oversized, solid and imposing legs.
Its massive silhouette interacts fluidly with the rounded and generous shapes. As in a primitive architecture, it shows a contrasting interplay between massive, totemic volumes, and softness and comfort.
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The structure of this piece defines itself by forcing the traditional proportion ratio between backrest, seat, and legs, and resulting in a small armchair whose shape declines a new idea of elegance for comfort. The ultra-compact volume is cut out by the intersection of curved lines and geometric planes that define its shape. The image is further softened by the Nabuck upholstery, this precious leather turns the chair into a collector‘s piece.