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Idkos-Berlin Crafted the Sustainable Mantle Chair for Handvark

 - Feb 6, 2018
References: handvark & dezeen
The design duo Iskos-Berlin utilized their talents in crafting the 'Mantle Chair' for Danish company Handvark. The unique furniture piece is designed to be long-lasting and to live through generations, recalling the idea of "aesthetic sustainability" that Handvark aims to exude. Founder Emil Throrup states that the label tries to maintain aesthetic sustainability throughout all its products. To do so, Harkvark only uses materials of the highest quality -- genuine marble, solid brass and aniline leathers. The similarity among these materials, aside from their high quality, is that they all become more beautiful with time.

The Mantle Chair has a silhouette that resembles someone sitting in it, and is coated with black leather. The design duo Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos crafted the chair with the vision that it would be suitable in both residential and office settings.