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  • Casamania him&her Chair
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    Casamania him&her Chair
    The fact that the design has been inspired by the legendary Panton Chair, is instantly obvious to the design expert. But this is only one side of the coin (the front). A look on both sides of this exclusive piece is recommended. The second source of inspiration is discovered quickly: The chair is shaped after the natural form of a naked human body on the back – the model “her” is inspired by the female, “him” by the male body. Taste is a matter prone to controversy and that’s especially true for the hermaphroditic pair of chairs by Casamania, which provoked controversial discussions when it was presented on the Milan furniture exhibition 2009. It’s obvious: “Don’t care” is not a category here and boredom won’t occur. Critics need to admit, however, that the realisation of Him&Her meets the highest demands, in terms of both design and quality. The chairs are also available in red. A high gloss-finished version of the chair in various colours is available against surcharge.
  • Casamania - Maritime Armchair
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    Casamania - Maritime Armchair
    The ship-manufacturer says hello! The armchair Maritime by Casamania is the result of handicraft precision-work. The design by Benjamin Hulbert was inspired by ships-construction and the maritime world, which offered a new name to the chair. Maritime reaches the connection of elegant design and rustic approach. Casamania manufactures the chair completely out of oak wood. The distinctive structure of the wood is perfectly integrated in the design and was precisely balanced with the flat surface by Benjamin Hubert. The bent seat of Maritime follows the form of the wood and creates the soft and flowing appearance of the otherwise massive wooden corpus. The viewable structure of the chair doesn’t only remind of ships-construction by chance and stands in contrast with the flat forms.
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