The intriguing Missix armchair



The Missix armchair was designed by Di Marzio Design. It’s not an armchair like the other ones. This one has a very unusual design. It continues the concept introduced by the chair with no legs, made from one single piece of plastic. That one had a simpler shape. The Missix armchair is made of rotational molded polythene. It’s also made from a single piece of material.

The armchair has a very simple and modern design. Still, it’s a sophisticated simplicity. The name of the armchair gives us a clue for the shape of the design. The chair has a heavy-rounded number six shape. The chair seems to have a compact design and shape. However, on a closer inspection, the sinuous lines reveal something else. The armchair features curved lines and delicate shapes that form a sophisticated and yet minimalistic design.

The Missix armchair is made from rotational molded polyethylene. This is a fully recyclable material. The nature of the material allows the chair to the lightweight and yet robust. It’s also a very practical and handy piece of furniture. It’s easy to clean as well as impact and weather resistant. This makes it versatile and perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. It’s also a chair that can be used in private and public areas. It comes in several different colors and it’s easy to mix and match with other modern pieces of furniture.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on May 2nd, 2012

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