The Mekong armchair designed by Elisa Ossino is a cradle for returning to origins. With its soft lines and monolithic presence, it brings into the home the charm of a primordial world where nature still has the upper hand. Like all the designer’s work, this chair combines geometric abstraction and references to metaphysics, defining an intense relationship between the object and the space in which it is placed. Wooden frame, cover in fabric or leather.
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The Mekong armchair designed by Elisa Ossino is a cradle that takes us back to our origins. Its soft lines and monolithic presence bring all of the allure of a primordial world in which nature still prevails. Like all of the designer’s creations, this chair combines geometric abstraction and references to metaphysics, defining an intense relationship between the object and its setting.