After a series of physically heavy pieces, mostly by the fact they are executed with rediscovered (demolition) Peroba Rosa wood, here is the Tim Armchair, made of very slender components, with a gorgeous reused wood, Perobinha do Campo.
In this piece, I retrieved some techniques that accompanied me at the beginning of my work in the ’70s, as the Indian braided thatched, used at the backseat of the Tim Armchair.
The seat has delicate padding enough to give coherence to the final outcome of the piece.
Reclaimed Perobinha do Campo and indian straw
Perobinha do Campo