Placed in a traditional seating arrangement or admired in the round, the Duda Chair offers an object lesson in sophisticated simplicity. At first glance, the piece feels like a multiple or chairs stacked on one another. This playful effect hides an eminently comfortable seat that appears whimsical and luxe. Perfect for residential and commercial interiors, the Duda was designed by Lazzarini & Pickering in 2015.
Believing that architecture is the foundation of all design and furniture is much like a dialogue, Marta Sala’s Éditions is a collaboration between the namesake founder and the architects Claudio Lazzarini and Carl Pickering. The collection, which includes seating, tables, lighting and several home objects, is created by Italy’s finest craftsman. In the spirit of iconic Italian design, the range marries modernist lines with sumptuous details and unexpected materials. Through this exploration aims to imbue soul into the everyday, a concept Sala calls: The secret soul of useful things.”
Dedar Splendido Fango and Bois de Rose (as pictured in the showroom) are in stock. Please allow lead time for all other fabrics.
Available online as pictured in Pierre Frey Shanghai mixed linen (23% cotton, 15% linen, 6% silk, 56% viscose) and as upholstered in stock in Dedar Splendido velvet (63% viscose, 26% cotton, 11% silk, 4mm pile - 85% viscose, 15% silk).
W 20.6" x D 20.6" x H 27.6"
Seat height: 17"
COM requires 3.5 yards of fabric.
Made in Italy, 2015.