AVA
dining armchair - matte

W. 60 x H. 80 x D. 57 cm

Design Song Wen Zhong

The Ava chair was inspired by the idea of mythical dragons and the design of Ming dynasty armchairs. It is a high-tech object, created using the modern technique of polycarbonate injection. It is manufactured by injection of Re-life polypropylene made of recycled industrial waste
Light and stackable, it is available in several opaque, glossy and matte shades. It was designed by Song Wen Zhong, a young Chinese designer who won the Roche Bobois Design Award based on the theme of "Nature, universal link between East and West".

This matte version is made by injecting polypropylene from recycled industrial waste; it therefore does not use any new petroleum products during the manufacturing process.
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Customisation

Dining armchair

Many other materials, colours and dimensions available in the showroom

R 9.830

1 Products

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Price in Zar, including VAT and excluding delivery charges.

Estimated delivery time: 4 to 6 weeks null

Eco-designed and stackable dining armchair, made by injection (Gas Moulding technique) of recycled polypropylene (Re-life), matte lacquer finish (4 colors available).

eco conceived

This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.

Design

Song Wen Zhong

Born in 1983 and having graduated in 2006 from Beijing Art Academy, Song Wen Zhong went on to win a number of prestigious national design competitions in China. In 2009 he won the first ever cycle of the Roche Bobois Award for his innovative design, the AVA chair. Since, Song Wen Zhong has established his own independent design studio in his hometown of Chengdu, in Southwest China.

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