Futuristic Chair Design By Zaha Hadid For Sawaya & Moroni

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Z-chair designed by Zaha Hadid for Sawaya & Moroni – futuristic chair design

Milan 2011: The architect Zaha Hadid presented this zig-zag Chair for the manufacturer of Sawaya & Moroni in Milan. The Z Chair is made of polished stainless steel in a limited edition of 24 pieces. Here is a brief description of the manufacturers:Z Chair


The design of the Z-Chair sums up the essence of modern design and research, developed by the architect Zaha Hadid over the last three decades. A simple three-dimensional gesture meanders into space as part of the continuing discourse between form and function, elegance and usefulness, differentiation and continuity.

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The design of the linear loop is expressed on their way in a language that alternates between fine flow lines and large surfaces to provide ergonomic offer as well as the inherent stability of the overall shape.

Geometric Abstarktionen inspire the design of the linear loop

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The dichotomy between the elegance of the composition and whose articulation is negotiated through a clever interplay of contrasting angle corners and wide, gentle curves.

The resulting shape resembles’s calligraphic gestures Hadid two-dimensional work; a controlled brush strokes on a canvas, the perfect synthesis of an idea: the sketch.Z Chair 2011Limited edition of 24 + 3APDimensions:Length: 920mmHeight: 880mmDepth: 610mmMaterials: Stainless steelFinish: polished

Continuing discourse between form and function, elegance and usefulness

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