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A Must-See Chair Design From Salone del Mobile 2019

Inspired by Art of Paper Folding, Alfredo Häberli Designs Time Armchair for Alias

When Italian furniture manufacturer Alias exhibited its Time armchair at Salone del Mobile 2019, it was awarded with Stylepark Selected award and regarded by the jury as “must-see” during the event.

Designer Alfredo Häberli, who designed the chair for Alias, derived inspiration for it from the ancient paper folding art we fondly know as Origami. The design revolves around turning a two-dimensional sheet into a three-dimensional shell that serves as a seat.

The shell of Time armchair comprises multiple composite wood sheets supported by a slim metal frame. These sheets are fitted together to create an ergonomic and flexible chair design. Time is available in two models, one of which features a cushion with quilted cover in fabric or leather on the seat for enhanced comfort.

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The chair is highly customizable to match it according to personal requirements and interior decor. definitely, it will be an appealing addition to your living or bedroom, but we aren’t sure if it will actually see the light of the day.

A Must-See Chair Design From Salone del Mobile 2019

Image: Alias Design

A Must-See Chair Design From Salone del Mobile 2019

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A Must-See Chair Design From Salone del Mobile 2019

Image: Alias Design

A Must-See Chair Design From Salone del Mobile 2019

Image: Alias Design

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