The Troll chair was primarily conceived for generous comfort. Deconstructivism marries amorphic softness as the wooden structure acts as the skeleton for loosely stacked pillows.
Its malleable anatomy naturally yields to each person’s posture. Troll Seating collection is a veritable flock of creature comforts.
About Anastasia Nysten
Born in Ottawa, Canada to a Lebanese mother and a Finnish father, Anastasia Nysten grew up in Finland, France and Lebanon. She received her Masters degree in Industrial Design from ALBA (Academie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts) in Beirut during which time she was working at Karen Chekerdjian design studio.
After Graduation she moved to London to be part of lighting designer Michael Anastassiades’ team.
As of 2015, Nysten started experimenting in her own studio with objects and interiors that combine stories of different cultures. She has shown at Smo Gallery in Beirut, took part in the House of Today Biennial show Jungle Protocol and recently won the Talent Award at the Beirut Design Fair in 2017 and the Talent Award at Maison & Objet September 2018 edition.
Posted a long time before receiving the 999 Armcahirs Book, but now #31 of the 999 Armchairs Book