The basis of the system is the characteristic profile of a sofa which, defined by two triangular prisms, ensures maximum foam thickness on the rear of the seat and the backseat's lumbar area. The structural veneer moulding is bent around two axes and is upholstered together with the foam, resulting in a unified pulsating form. As a result of the triangulation, the solid oak legs thin towards the bottom, thus transforming the square cross-section of the top of the legs into their bases' triangle. The Oblique easy chair with metal construction of the legs emphasizes the specific profile and volume of the easy chair, thus losing the impression of massiveness that the easy chair has in the wooden version.
|seat and backrest||moulded foam, metal frame, elastic webbing|
|base||solid wood / metal tube Ø 20 mm|
|finish||high quality oil, acrylic lacquer / powder coated matte|
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Numen/ForUse is a Croatian-Austrian design collective working in the fields of scenography, industrial and spatial design and conceptual art. The group was first formed in 1998 as a collaborative effort of industrial designers. Under the banner ForUse they designed for Cappellini, ClassiCon, Desalto, Interlubke, Magis, MDF Italia, Moroso and Zanotta. Numen/ForUse are the only Croatian contemporary product designers whose works are regularly represented in global anthologies of contemporary design.