The Avoa Chair by Brazil-based designer Pedro Paulo Venzon is a testament to minimalist design, balancing on the line of "precision and deconstruction." The chair hardly resembles its traditional form, appearing more of a novelty than a practicality. Still, the chair's sleek and simple design, featuring rounded elements and a thin frame, builds a character of delicate balance.
The designer responsible for the chair said "The challenge was to think of an object as a quote," resulting in the creation of a product with a form that follows function, and not the other way around. The chair is admittedly not about comfort, or material, but instead an experiment in design, pushing the boundaries of minimalism, and seeking consistent innovations that allows homeowners and decorators to express themselves through the objects they choose to display inside their homes.
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