An optical illusion marks the starting point of this new collection of the ibride design studio.
Benoît Convers re-interprets three icons in the history of seating, by designing chairs
which perturb our sense of reference, clash with our sense of logic and flirt with the absurd.
And he proposes a strange game around a chair, inversed in relation to its silouhette.
The starting point of the range The Hidden Chairs is the re-interpretation
in volumes of three chairs, icons in the history of design.
_ With the HiddenShaker model, the Ibride team makes reference to the emblematic chair of the Shaker
movement and its refusal of all adornment.
_ The HiddenWagner chair is inspired by creations of the Austrian architect, Otto Wagner, at the dawn of the modern movement.
_ The HiddenTerence re-interprets an armchair from the Ming dynasty with its basic curves and its archetypal horse-shoe back.
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