The Kartell Mademoiselle Chair, designed by Philippe Starck in 2003, uses bold, modern colors and a streamlined shape to bring verve into modern spaces.
This is an innovative design for an armchair because of its clever and novel combination of two aesthetic qualities: the structure is an injected mold of transparent polycarbonate upon which are placed four fasteners, allowing for a sturdy, yet flexible, fit for a seat made of expanded polyurethane. Mademoiselle’s advanced technology consists in the use of unusually thick, soft fabric for the seat, which provides for maximum comfort and enhanced aesthetic quality. It boasts a harmonious design and extraordinary comfort.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 2 October, 2012