Vondom pays tribute to the culture of the Orient in the latest creation from Ramón Esteve: a designer chair inspired by the forms of the kimono. The proposal is a design which was futuristic as well as traditional, the reason for the reference to the Japanese garment, the fabrics of which are imbued with symbolism and history.
The designer chair is made of polycarbonate, a material that gives it a unique appearance of faceted lines and its play of transparencies, resulting in a design which is geometric and functional. These characteristics generate a series of reflections and highlights reminiscent of the brightness and magic of a diamond.
A designer chair that adapts to any space
The character of the Kimono piece, thanks to its materiality, fits elegantly into a multitude of contemporary and classic contract and residential spaces.
Ramon Esteve graduated in Architecture from Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM) in 1990. He founded Ramon Esteve Estudio de Arquitectura in 1991, working on both architectural and interior design projects and also other fields such as industrial design and art direction at the national and international area. Harmony, serenity and essentiality are some of the constant features of Esteve ’ s work and become symbols of his will to provide to the habitat more than just buildings. As a result, embracing atmospheres where to enjoy uni que experiences are created.
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