Steel Loft Evo Furniture by Zbigniew Strzebonski

This sketchy-looking chair is part of the Loft Evo collection that also includes coffee and dining tables, all sharing the same principles in terms of design and structure. The chair was designed by Zbigniew Strzebonski and it’s the second stage of the Loft chair that was first exhibited at the Stockholm Furniture Fair in 2011. It’s an interesting piece of furniture that personally reminds me of those stickmen that have become so popular these days.

It’s probably because of the simplicity of the design. The Loft Evo chair has been reduced to its basics. Its design began with an analysis of the archetypal chair and has been transformed into versatile and comfortable piece of furniture suitable for all types of decors and styles. The simplicity of its design makes it particularly suitable for contemporary spaces but it is in fact an extremely versatile chair capable of adapting to a variety of spaces.

The Loft Evo chair has a minimalist design with sculptural lines and a strong and durable structure. It’s a chair that can be used both indoors and outdoors and would be practical in dining rooms but also in spaces such as a patio or terrace. It has a bold look that impresses with its versatility and lack of any unnecessary details. It can be paired with the matching dining and coffee tables from the same collection.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 22nd, 2012


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