Edaha, which was showcased as a prototype last year, has four curved beech wood legs that cross over one another and slightly taper at the ends.
“We wanted to create a structure that gently supported the suspended seat just like a leaf on a branch,” said GamFratesi.
“It was a design entirely made with veneer wood but with different processing and technique to express the beauty of nature through an industrialised, yet natural chair.”
The chair has a curved shell seat made from two pieces of wood that meet at the centre to create a symmetrical wood grain pattern.
The seat is available in oak or walnut and users can also choose to have it upholstered.
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