Memory – a chair without a shape

June 3, 2010 Furniture Design

Memory is Tokujin Yoshioka’s new design for Moroso, fruit of his poetic originality.  The comfortable chair features a unique technical covering that can be formed into any shape desired. A free interplay between the seat and the sitter, who intervenes directly in the creative process, shaping the anatomy of the product. Thus the importance lies in the gestures, which establish a physical bond at the time of use. The resulting beauty derives from its irregular form, and from the hands-on mutability of its appearance.

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