Edaha chair by GamFratesi for Koyori

Dezeen Showroom: design studio GamFratesi was knowledgeable by the shapes of branches and leaves when designing the picket Edaha chair, which is now out there from Japanese model Koyori.

Edaha, which was showcased as a prototype final 12 months, has 4 curved beech wooden legs that cross over each other and barely taper on the ends.

Edaha is on the market with an upholstered seat

“We wished to create a construction that lightly supported the suspended seat identical to a leaf on a department,” stated GamFratesi.

“It was a design completely made with veneer wooden however with totally different processing and method to precise the fantastic thing about nature by an industrialised, but pure chair.”

Wooden Edaha shell chair by Koyori
The chair’s seat is made out of two items of curving wooden

The chair has a curved shell seat made out of two items of wooden that meet on the centre to create a symmetrical wooden grain sample.

The seat is on the market in oak or walnut and customers also can select to have it upholstered.

Product: Edaha
Designer: GamFratesi
Model: Koyori
Contact: [email protected]

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