Seat and back in injected flame-retardant foam, over internal steel frame. Side panels in grey varnished structural polyurethane. Base in grey varnished steel and glides in nylon. The Gluon collection covers are not removable.
Design as an experimental exercise, a pioneering study of form, or of an image, can lead to conceptual abstraction, the identification of a process, to form a material object, a physical, concrete expression. Gluon, a decidedly apt name borrowed from the elementary particle whose name comes from glue, places itself in a new space, a place of blurred boundaries. Stylishly futuristic, sculptural, it is not just a simple armchair. One, two or three-seater, the effect of double vision is digital, the skill and attention to detail is artisanal while the production is rigorously industrial.