This chair from the Washington Collection is the result of a research on form, material, weight and balance and represents David Adjaye’s first collaboration with Knoll. The author’s architectural vision is expressed in a different scale, with an object that has the power of a sculpture yet remains agile and playful. With tripod legs that are reminiscent of a fluid walking movement, seating with a solid 3D effect and a backrest that has the lightness of a weaving plant, Skeleton explores the structural and aesthetic possibilities of aluminium, which in this case is interpreted with the elegance of a copper finishing.
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