Sale price6.850 €

Vagari Chair
Cultivation Objects

Sale price6.850 €

Vagari's design embraces simplicity with its bold, sweeping lines, departing from the aleatoric style of the designer's past work. Inspired by the Latin word "vagor," meaning wandering, this exploration leads to a chair with a tranquil and grounding presence. Its deliberate simplicity acts as both a visual and emotional anchor, evoking feelings of calm and stability.

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Estimated Delivery 10 - 12 Weeks

About Shipping & Return Details
Cultivation Objects was established in 2020 by Nathaniel Wojtalik. The studio, based in Brooklyn, often employs an unusual approach to materials, blurring the line between the natural and the man-made. With an ongoing effort to develop a more sustainable, if not carbon-positive, design practice, he frequently experiments with lifting unconventional materials from the waste stream to incorporate them as fundamental aspects of the objects. In a constantly evolving world of mass-produced goods, Cultivation Objects consistently investigates shapes and materials that prompt a pause for thought. Allowing something initially objectionable to find appeal. A steadfast commitment to high levels of craftsmanship is maintained throughout all processes, even when materials pose challenges. Above all, each object is crafted with kindness at its core.
Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.
Seat Height: 46cm Overall Dimensions: 48 x 58 x 89cm

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Seat Height: 46cm Overall Dimensions: 48 x 58 x 89cm

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

About

Cultivation Objects was established in 2020 by Nathaniel Wojtalik. The studio, based in Brooklyn, often employs an unusual approach to materials, blurring the line between the natural and the man-made. With an ongoing effort to develop a more sustainable, if not carbon-positive, design practice, he frequently experiments with lifting unconventional materials from the waste stream to incorporate them as fundamental aspects of the objects. In a constantly evolving world of mass-produced goods, Cultivation Objects consistently investigates shapes and materials that prompt a pause for thought. Allowing something initially objectionable to find appeal. A steadfast commitment to high levels of craftsmanship is maintained throughout all processes, even when materials pose challenges. Above all, each object is crafted with kindness at its core.

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