Seating: Azadeh Shladovsky
An exploration into the importance of touch in visual processing lead Azadeh Shladovsky to produce the Void chair, part of her Qualia collection symbolizing the Braille alphabet. The two dots of the letter K are expressed by a round backrest of hand-spun satin-lacquered brass and a circular void excised in the lacquered-Eurobirch plywood frame. The juxtaposition of materials continues with cotton-velvet upholstery by Italian maker Dedar—a 69-color strong palette dubbed Adamo & Eva. Each piece of the limited-edition collection is handmade in Los Angeles by local craftsmen.
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