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Soul Outdoor 3746
Eugeni Quitllet >
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Soul Outdoor is an innovative and original armchair, able to express an idea of uncontaminated and pure creativity, defined by its soul. The aluminium tubular frame Ø 30 mm clasps an ergonomic seat in shaped teak slats, almost like an embrace. The minimalistic, flowing silhouette, is accentuated by the fluidity of aluminium, which ensures strength and lightness, while presenting a strong visual impact and a nice contrast with wood.

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“Soul is a link between the concrete and the abstract, between the real world and that of dreams, between past and future... the unspoiled state of creation” (Eugeni Quitllet)

The concept of Soul stems from the idea of creating a chair using a blend of age-old methods and cutting- edge techniques, allowing tradition and innovation to evolve seamlessly. The result is a hybrid of nature and technology: the hand and the machine work together, almost like a test of creativity, firmly away from the clutches of artificial intelligence. Soul expresses an idea of uncontaminated creativity, without the ornaments that would conceal its true nature. Defined by its soul, the whole structure is joined together by an almost invisible seat. The ash structure of Soul has a minimalistic, flowing silhouette, characterized by a harmonious interplay of curves and subtle lines. The ergonomic polycarbonate seat appears suspended, clasped by the skeleton, almost like an embrace. Soul is the result of design research that involves both forms and materials, and offers a superbly comfortable chair with visually striking appeal.

Materials: solid ash frame, seat in polycarbonate.
Finishes: bleached ash with a transparent or white seat. Black ash with a transparent smoky grey or black seat. Stackable

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