The ‘Cut Armchair' by Filippo Ghezzani

By: Cecilia Biemann - Published: Dec 19, 2008   Updated: Mar 30 2011 • References: & designboom
This unique, aptly named, chair called the 'cut armchair' was designed by Filippo Ghezzani for the Home Key's 'Simple Collection.'

It is made of four vertically cut autonomous parts which stand individually to form the entire piece.

This looks to me like it would nicely complement the Dexter dining room suite I posted a few weeks ago.

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