influenced by sculptures and even contemporary archaeology, catalan designer eugeni quitllet’s projects are principally very visual skeletal objects. the ‘brooklyn’ collection of chairs and stools for vondom reflect his philosophy once again, but is paired with the brand’s focus on dynamic, passionate trendiness. in a modern aesthetic, the furniture is said to form a bridge between the past and the future.
this timeless character is literally visualized in the vondom ‘brooklyn‘ collection as quitllet was inspired by the form of the namesake and iconic bridge in new york city. made from injected polypropylene with fiber glass, the chair’s straight lines extend into organic curves, which reflects its comforting form. measuring 83cm in height, it is available in an edition with armrests and an array of different colors: white, black, tortora and ecru.
similarly to the stackable chairs, the ‘brooklyn’ stool is created in two editions: one measuring 66cm in height and the other at 76cm. its long straight legs rise until an apex where they support the circular seat. small gaps are formed with the curves of these arches, creating an impression of emptiness yet fullness. the designs are available in a choice of several colors, including red, bronze, mustard and blue.
as a modern, timeless design, the vondom ‘brooklyn’ collection is suitable for any urban space. its simple silhouette ensures the lightweight furniture can be used in any setting, both indoor and outdoor.
designer: eugeni quitllet
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miami showroom: 2301 north miami avenue, miami, FL, 33127
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