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Oxoye Chair by Dzmitry Samal


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From Dzmitry Samal:

Oxoye chair is an armchair created for French furniture company Soca by Parisian based Belorussian designer Dzmitry Samal.

Oxoye will be displayed during Salone del Mobile 2011 at Rho FieraMilano, stand B11 – pavillon 10 in Milano, Italy.

An object clearly inspired by car design, especially by streamlined retro cars from the 30’s-50’s that had pure and dynamic silhouettes. Realized using wood and polywood structure, metallic parts and high resilience foam.

The future of design is the conclusion of past experience, carried out with modern technology. Inspired by the automotive design, OXOYE offers a really clean, dynamic and elegant shape, evoking the retro and “Airstream” style of the 50’s cars.

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