Missing chairs par Nobody&co

With a design that seems interrupted, this collection of chairs created by Nobody & co allows for many combinations. Open forms that open up the field of uses.

Alisée Matta and Giovanni Gennari, Milanese designers from Nobody & co, offer us this collection of 7 tubular steel chairs that can be used indoors or outdoors. As if part of the tubes had been deleted, their lines are interrupted, disturbing the perception and inviting the user to gather and place the chairs together to close the drawing. In addition and using the same principle of interrupted lines, the "Missing Table" doubles one of its legs to create a fifth.

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