After a short break, today with “Re Bon Bon”, the chair created by the Japanese designer and architect Ben Ryuki Miyagi
, I’m back to talk about a project seen during the Milan Design Week
in the spaces of the Ventura Warehouse Indipendent in Ventura Lambrate. A structure composed of sheets of plastic, strengthened and joined together by metal rods, elements bent and processed to obtain the right balance between aesthetics and functionality. A sculptural piece of furniture characterized by curled ribbons, coated and finished with a woven red felt, combined to compose a comfortable armchair. Curves and shapes that find inspiration in the Japanese culture, smooth and precise geometries that bring to my mind the decorative lines of the traditional hairstyles and the obi, the kimono belts.