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‘Naoshima’ collection by Ana Mir and Emili Padrós / emiliana design studio (ES)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 06.09.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

'Naoshima' by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

The Barcelona based emiliana design studio, founded by Emili Padrós and Ana Mir recently completed this family of plywood furniture. The most sophisticated piece is the stool, which comes in three different heights. It combines four identical pieces of plywood to construct the seat. The empty spaces generated in the corners of the plywood seat make Naoshima a light and visually vibrant piece of furniture.

'Naoshima' collection by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' stools by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' stool by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' stool by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' stool by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' seat made from formed plywood

“The plywood top of the Naoshima table seems to split into two in order to trap the central leg. Depending on the different sizes the central leg is manufactured in lacquered metal or solid wood. The 70 and 110cm-high models include hooks for bags or jackets.”

'Naoshima' table by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

'Naoshima' stool by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

Emili Padrós with 'Naoshima' stool

Ana Mir with 'Naoshima' stool

to the emiliana design studio website

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