Pasha Plastic Armchair by Pedrali



A very daring choice for a chair design, this creation is testing your feelings. Therefore you have two choices: you will either feel complimented or exposed. This unconventional chair gives you the chance to feel like Cinderella, the difference being, of course, that instead of the little glass slipper you would have this unique chair that I’m sure she would love if she were real, even if it’s not made of glass.

Of course, on the other hand, it gives you no place to hide. So if you’re not totally comfortable with the way your body looks, this chair isn’t going to help you. But don’t worry, it also comes in black. If, on the contrary, you don’t mind others contemplating you, this design will only attract more looks.

Some might even say that it’s the chair choosing its buyer and not vice-versa, since this is not the choice for everyone. One thing is certain: you will absolutely be noticed in a chair like this designed by Pedrali. One tip for the ladies: be sure not to wear very short dresses, because then the attention you’ll be getting might not be the type you wished for.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on March 11th, 2011

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