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The Bdoja Chair by Amaya Guiterrez Offers a Comfortable Embrace

 - Mar 20, 2013
References: komai.co & yankodesign
The Bdoja Chair looks like casual beanbag that has been covered with an oversized sweater. The knitted surface immediately provides a cozy ambiance that encourages ease and relaxation. Going beyond setting such a mental state, the Bdoja Chair is incredibly comfortable. The material softens the entire design in both feel and look, allowing people to melt into its comforting embrace as though it were an old friend.

Designed by Amaya Guiterrez, an industrial designer born and raised in Oaxaca, Mexico, the Bdoja Chair is inspired by her native land. Interestingly enough, her Bdoja Chair design is crafted in Los Angeles where a burgeoning network of Latina craftswomen and industrial hubs happen to reside. According to Komai, "Guiterrez confesses to an underlying intention of style and durability winning out over endless-seeming future consumption."