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The 'Panta Rhei' Chair for Two Invites Group Patterns

 - Mar 19, 2009
References: gypser & aszozo
If more than two is a crowd but you still want your friends around sometimes, the cantilever Panta Rhei chair by Gypser will offer you the much sought for flexibility in eye-catching style.

Panta Rhei is a famous aphorism by Greek philosopher Heraclitus meaning "everything is in a state of flux." This is probably what designer Florian Baptist Gypser wanted to incorporate in his 100% handmade creation: a chair that accommodates cuddly interactions for two but can also be arranged in group seating configuration in order to adapt to all the needs of its occupant.

Even its fluid cantilever design evokes this flexibility, with attractive slick curves and lively color contrasts. The alluring chair, on its own or in a variety of creative arrangements, presents the absolute addition to lobbies, lounges, private clubs and, why not, your darling living room, making interaction truly irresistible.