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Vivid and Eye-catching: Anemone Chair by Giancarlo Zema

011 Vivid and Eye catching: Anemone Chair by Giancarlo Zema Looking for a colorful king-size chair to spice up your living room or large bedroom? “Anemone” was created by Italian designer Giancarlo Zema and was recently exhibited in Rome, during Ara Pacis Museum’s exhibition. According to the producers, the unusual shape of the chair was inspired by the aquatic anemone: “Swimming as funny fishes in a warm sea full of shapes and then feeling safe in a colourful anemone. This is the inspiration that led the architect Giancarlo Zema to design for the prestigious Giovannetti Collezioni a soft and sprightly armchair of high sculptural value. Realized in polyurethane foam with bearing structure in treated steel and rotating base, cover in elastic fabrics.” Vivid and eye-catching, the “Anemone” chair is sure to become the focal point of the room it is placed in. Perfect for eclectic interiors, this design makes us think of funky decors and happy gatherings.

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3 responses to “Vivid and Eye-catching: Anemone Chair by Giancarlo Zema” - Add yours!

  1. Meryl said:
    June 7, 2011

    Love this chair …..

  2. probangun said:
    June 8, 2011

    very nice and unique desain…thank for info…

  3. Rita said:
    June 8, 2011

    This funky and multicolored chair would look good in almost any decor. The chair is really cool for happy gathering.

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