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SECRETO Chair/Lorenz * Kaz for Colé

Autor // Benedetto FioriPosted in // Design


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Catharina Lorenz (Germania), e Steffen Kaz (Germania) fondano il loro studio, Lorenz * Kaz, Nell’autunno del 2001, entrambi con un notevole bagaglio di esperienze professionali. Lavorano per clienti come Antonio Lupi, Bedont, DePadova, Corian®DuPont, General Motors, Omnidecor, Rossin, Siemens, Zeitraum, Zoltan. Con il marchio Lorenz * Kaz, Catharina Lorenz e Steffen Kaz propongono una linea di complementi d’arredo, disegnata, prodotta e commercializzata interamente da loro. Hanno vinto diversi premi internazionali tra cui Red Dot Design Award Best of the Best.

For Colé hanno progettato una sedia moderna e allo stesso tempo tradizionale, che risponde alla perfezione al brief “di lavorare sui mobili della memoria creando oggetti industriali ma dal sapore artigianale”.

A key element is the structure, denoting construction and complexity of detail especially in the backrest, made of sticks inserted by hand into the base slot. In solid beech wood Matt lacquered in white or black (or customized on request) or natural oak with open pore mat finish, can be upholstered in a variety of Kvadrat fabrics Divine plain or fancy. "
Dimensions: W. 55 62.5, p. h. 77 cm.

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