Sale price2.480 €

"Tumble" Chairs (arm-rest)

arm-rest: 46x38x63cm
Sale price2.480 €
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This item is located in Spain and will be shipped by the seller directly to you.

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Product Information

Overview

Step into sophistication with our exquisitely designed Tumble chairs. Crafted with slender tubular stainless steel sections, these chairs exude an air of elegance and charm. Mimicking the organic flow of a bending back or a curved branch leaning to the side, these chairs are a beloved design of the artist. Available in two versions, choose from a broader, lower armchair or an armless chair with heightened back support.

  • Thin, flimsy, and wobbly are words that will never describe our Tumble chairs
  • Elegant and refined, our chairs add a touch of sophistication to any space
  • Available in two versions for your personalized comfort and style

Enhance your seating experience with our arm-rest version, measuring 46x38x63cm. Elevate your space with the timeless allure of our Tumble chairs.

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General Information

Product type:Chair
Location: Spain
Sold by Kilzi

Specification

arm-rest: 46x38x63cm

Shipping

This product is made to order. You'll receive it into 4-8 weeks.


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This product is final sale. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.

About the Artist

Jorge Suárez-Kilzi, born in Venezuela to immigrant parents of Spanish and Syrian descent, signed his works under his mother’s last name, Kilzi. The name relates to his hard childhood, immigrant background, Latin American arts, and a sense of movement and evolution. With experiences in Japan and Swiss architecture, he transitioned to freelance architect and artist in 2018. His recent creation, "Mush" Lamps, features mushroom-shaped lamps made of fibreglass and organic resins, emitting a warm glow in interiors.

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