rhomb chair | design Simon Morasi Piperčić
Rhomb is a spacious, comfortable and solid chair with armrests, produced in combination of latest wood manufacturing technology and sophisticated handcraft. The character of a chair is defined trough rhomboid section which rotates and changes its shape depending on the function of the curve that unites backrest and armrest. Through selection of several types, colors and finishes of solid wood, the chair easily adapts to various interior situations of residential or public spaces.
- structure: solid oak, ash, walnut.
- seat: bare wood, wood + seat pad.
- Dimensions : 23"w | 30.5"h | 20.5" d | 18"sh
Simon Morasi Piperčić
Simon Morasi Piperčić was produced February 1, 1985 in Croatia and developed at Industrial Design department of School of Design in Zagreb and ECAL in Lausanne, Switzerland.
With an approach to design characterized by a clear inquisitiveness for products, industry and processes, Simon Morasi Piperčić works on various projects ranging from product, spatial, set design and installation to art direction and strategic consultancy. The provided services are characterized by simple and relevant design approach which endeavors in always offering innovative and strong solutions based on methodical process. What turns him on the most, is creating new typologies of objects based on unresearched and unseen needs.
Beside running his own studio, Simon is involved in several other projects. In '09, alongside Vedran Kolac, he initiated project MOE - a range of light and video augmented modular constructions. MOE made the scene out of music on various events all over Europe, won several design awards and was published in a number of renowned design magazines. In the beginning of ’14, furniture brand SPHERA appointed him as a creative director, with main responsability for office and kitchen systems development.
Prostoria's vision is to create upholstered furniture that will enrich your everyday home and work interactions. The form of Prostoria products thus follows its function, while they treat aesthetics as an essential human need.
At Prostoria, people are creating for people, researching, exchanging ideas and knowledge of craft, employing technology and materials – all this to express the passion and the heritage of each of us.