toni grilo for riluc
toni grilo for riluc
feb 02, 2011

toni grilo for riluc

stainless steel furniture by toni grilo for riluc images courtesy of toni grilo

franco-portugese designer toni grilo has created a series of limited edition stainless steel furniture for the young portugese brand, riluc.

five pieces were recently shown at maison et objet 2011 in paris, each hand made out of polished stainless steel, some taking up to 150 hours to produce. the collection, which often combines metal with other refined materials has expanded to include the ‘aline’ stool and chair, ‘bidendum’ chair, ‘many wolds’ chair and ‘suspens’ armchair. 

toni grilo for riluc ‘bidendum’ chair

toni grilo for riluc (left) ‘aline’ stool (right) ‘aline’ chair

toni grilo for riluc ‘bidendum’ chair

toni grilo for riluc ‘many wolds’ chair front

toni grilo for riluc ‘many wolds’ chair back

toni grilo for riluc ‘suspens’ armchair

  • very nature chair ~ good designer

  • Um…ick. Cold. In all senses of the word. Grandiose. And ugly. I’m wondering who would purchase one, and why?

  • Really nice shapes (I guess I have to sit there to prove the comfortability). This furniture remembered me the artwork of Jeff Koons.

    Juan Orozco
  • it looks even more uncomfortable than the bold chair of big game

  • Wow. I want one.

  • brilliant. flawless.

  • I have been in Maison and I really like all the barnds that were exposing. The ones I would like to noticed are Boca do Lobo and Christipher Guy

    vanessa thompson

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