Satyr by Numen/For Use

Two similar triangle profiles of the seat and the backrest are rotated at 90°, resulting in biggest thickness at the back of the seat and top of the backrest, the areas of highest pressure during seating. Flat profiles of the base are split into half, providing the support for both the seat and the backrest. The juncture at the crossing point stabilizes the structure. The seat and the backrest are made of upholstered, foam covered plywood plates. The base is made of lacquered bent.

Via Numen/For Use.

Satyr is produced by Classicon:

Sven Jonke was born in Bremen in 1973, Christoph Katzler was born in Vienna in 1968 and Nikola Radeljkovic was born in Sarajevo in 1971. After having completed their education at the Zagrebia School of Architecture’s Design Department and the Vienna University for Applied Arts, they founded ‚ForUse’ in 1998. Since then they have developed products with an extensive number of clients, including ClassiCon, Cappellini, Magis and Zanotta. At the same time they have designed several sets for exhibitions and interior designs and have worked closely with graphic and multimedia designers Jelenko Herzog and Toni Uroda under the name Numen.

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