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Silla Sta Teresa d’Avila

Silla Sta Teresa d’Avila

May 13 2011, 9:22 am 0 Marco Russo

Created by Mexican designer Diego Gutierrez-Hermosillo Renteria, “Silla Sta Teresa d’Avila” is not an ordinary and trivial chair, but a seat designed for introspection of the individual, which seems in some ways to induce to live the states and mystical thoughts of the Holy from which takes name. A wooden structure characterized by rigid and linear shapes and details designed to foster and facilitate activities of intellectuals such as thought, meditation, reading, study or simply for a break and relax while enjoying a coffee in solitude and without interruptions.

Designer: Diego Gutierrez-Hermosillo Renteria

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