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Loopty Loop Loopita

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Loopty Loop Loopita was invented by the designer Victor Aleman, and this concept of armchair in the shape of giant corkscrew or orange bark proposes a new manner of assoir and of organizing its living room. Made from a single piece of red oak, the Loopita is covered in high density foam for comfortable seating. The two opposing end points makes for a great floor level chaise. For me this new design look more like some futuristic furniture, and I don’t see this kind of furniture in practice to soon. – Via – Yankodesign

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  • [...] Loopty Loop Loopita to projekt kocepcyjny Victora Aleman. Jest to coś w rodzaju mebla wypoczynkowego o bardzo ciekawym kształcie. wygląda jak spirala i wykonany jest z drewna dębowego na zewnątrz i miękkiego, komfortowego materiału wewnątrz. Wygląda to dość niezwykle, może nawet futurystycznie i z pewnością mogłoby się znaleźć tylko w większych pomieszczeniach. [via freshome] [...]

  • [...] está construído con roble recubierto de espuma de alta densidad, y tal y como cuentan en el blog FresHome ha sido inventado por el diseñador Victor [...]

  • Margaret Latchman January 6, 2008 at 20:04 PM Login to Reply →

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I would like to find out who should I contact about using the loopty loop loopita chair picture on my website. I am a poet and am working on several websites to showcase my poetry by putting them on things like t-shirts, cards and mugs. I will not be putting the loopty picture on my products, just on the website, because I feel your picture helps to convey a feeling of togetherness which most of my poetry is trying to express. You can contact me at my email address above or by calling me at 917-214-3234. Please do contact me, I would really like to use your picture, if I may.

    Sincerely,
    Margaret Latchman

  • Caryn May 9, 2008 at 10:54 AM Login to Reply →

    I’d like to have this outdoors under a tree. It just has a very natural flow to it that feels like it should be outdoors.

  • Codi March 6, 2009 at 09:40 AM Login to Reply →

    Could this also be used as a rocking chair if it were turned upside down?