Do-Maru - Armchair
Design: Nipa Doshi, Jonathan Levien
The small armchair Do-Maru is named after the ancient armour worn by samurai warriors, made up of painted and decorated thick leather plates that covered and protected the hero’s body. Like the swivel armchair Almora, designed by Doshi-Levien in 2014, once again the shell of the seat is made up of a couple of superimposed bodies, softened by paddings that can be upholstered with either fabric or leather. The cast aluminium back support boldly underlines the conical profile of the small armchair, while the anterior support is in tubular metal with black chromed or pewter painted finishes, studied to match the colors of the body: white, black and tortora.
Seat and back shell:
white, anthracite or tortora painted hard polyurethane
Seat and back upholstery:
Bayfit® (Bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam
painted black chrome, pewter painted or black painted steel profiles
painted black chrome, pewter painted or black painted die-cast aluminium
fabric or leather
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