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Spanish design for Fritz Hansen. Ro Chair by Jaime Hayon.

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Republic  of Fritz Hansen ™ has always been successful producing high quality design icons in partnership with the most influential architects and designers throughout the years. The company is currently investing in young innovative designers to freshen up their catalog and, maybe, get to create and commercialise new design icons.  Jaime Hayon is the young Spanish designer responsible for the Ro Chair Design.

This beautifully handcrafted piece offers you the chance ‘to find your inner space and take a break from the hectic bustle of everyday life’. Ro stands for tranquillity in Danish and the name was chosen because it captures the point of the chair in just two letters. The design of the shell is elegant and simple and it gives you the chance to interact with the room you are sitting in or just relax on your own private space.

Ro comes in nine colours and two different textures for the shell and the cushions contrasting the hard shell and the warmth on the interior. Jaime has been nominated for the World Interior Design Awards for this piece and I really think he has the chance to win because the chair does look to me like a new design icon. What do you think?

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2 comments on “Spanish design for Fritz Hansen. Ro Chair by Jaime Hayon.

  1. ooohpardonmyfrench
    November 3, 2013

    Reblogged this on ooohpardonmyfrench.

  2. ooohpardonmyfrench
    November 3, 2013

    Reblogged this on ooohpardonmyfrench and commented:
    One of every colour please:)

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