Structure in solid oak, shell in bent plywood.
H.81,5; L.58.4; D.52
TS69 - Oak, legs oak
TS70 - Black open pore, legs painted black
TS79 - White open pore, legs painted white
TS71 - Ivory, black striped, legs oak
TS72 - Red stained ash, legs oak
TS73 - Tri-color blue denim, legs oak
Tria is a chair that recalls the impossible forms of Dutch graphic artist and engraver Maurits Escher, defining itself in a game of twists and elusive leak. The corolla-shaped shell, composed of three equal elements assembled together, lends itself to accommodate a sequence of colors chasing each other. It can be used in two different seating positions, center or side (right or left). The shell, in bent plywood, is available in natural oak or stained black oak or white oak, as well as in the variation in veneer precomposed ivory and black, or ash in two versions: red or tri-color blue denim. There is the possibility to produce a customized color (min. 4 units) or veneer (20 units minimal order). Structural legs in chromed metal. Packaging with 2 units.
Tria Lounge swivel armchair
Lorenz Kaz with their iconic project, Tria chair is an example of quality in project joined to an unusual and seducing shape. In this case Tria splits in two, turning into a lounge chair. Its bilaterally symmetric body includes two cavities, model of two big eyes. The shell in plywood is padded with foam and upholstered in fabric or leather. The four legs are in curved matt lacquered metal. Swivel structure.