konstantin grcic: traffic seating for magis
 
konstantin grcic: traffic seating for magis
apr 10, 2013

konstantin grcic: traffic seating for magis

 

the ‘traffic’ range of seating by konstantin grcic for magis, is a collection of furniture which uses a structural wire framework accompanied by upholstered elements to form each geometric piece–from an armchair to a chaise lounge, a sofa, bench, and simple platform. presented at the 2013 salone del mobile, the powder coated metal rod structures (in high gloss colors or chrome plated) takes their formal cues from that of three-dimensional line drawings  to form their shape, supporting the geometric volumes of the cushions (available in fabric or leather), thus marking a shift from our common understanding of wire furniture, the unassuming simplicity of their overall physique imparting a pleasant casualness. 

traffic seating konstantin grcic magis designboom traffic seating: armchair for magis at salon del mobile  (above and main) image © designboom 

traffic seating konstantin grcic magis designboom the traffic seating in the shape of a footstoolimage © designboom

traffic seating konstantin grcic magis designboom view of the chaise longue’s carefully tailored proportions and use of the wire frameworksimage © designboom 

traffic seating konstantin grcic magis designboom a small island seating with very clear geometric components and a vibrant lime color image © designboom 

traffic seating konstantin grcic magis designboom the wire frames of the pieces are informed by that of three-dimensional line drawingsimage © designboom

 

 

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