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Mo­re Chairs

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Di­ce Fran­ci­sco Go­mez Paz che « Eu­to­pia è la di­mo­stra­zio­ne di co­me, ai tem­pi del­la ri­vo­lu­zio­ne in­du­stria­le 4.0, un pro­get­to di de­si­gn, con tut­ti i suoi va­lo­ri e la sua com­ples­si­tà, pos­sa na­sce­re, cre­sce­re ed es­se­re pro­dot­to an­che in si­tua­zio­ni lon­ta­ne dai tes­su­ti in­du­stria­li». Rea­liz­za­ta in com­ple­ta au­to­no­mia dal de­si­gner ar­gen­ti­no – che per la pri­ma vol­ta di­se­gna una se­du­ta – nel suo la­bo­ra­to­rio di Sal­ta, a 1400 km da Bue­nos Ai­res, la se­dia ha una co­stru­zio­ne so­fi­sti­ca­ta: di Pau­lo­w­nia, un le­gno di gran­de re­si­sten­za ri­sco­per­to da po­co, è leg­ge­ris­si­ma (1800 gr), con gam­be di mul­ti­la­mi­na­to mon­ta­te con in­ca­stro a cro­ce, do­ta­ta di pic­co­le in­ven­zio­ni che per­met­to­no il mon­tag­gio sen­za chio­di e vi­ti.

As Fran­ci­sco Go­mez Paz says, “Eu­to­pia is the de­mon­stra­tion of how, in the age of the 4.0 in­du­strial re­vo­lu­tion, a de­si­gn pro­ject, wi­th all its va­lues and com­ple­xi­ty, can co­me about, grow and be pro­du­ced even in si­tua­tions far re­mo­ved from the in­du­strial con­text.” De­si­gned and pro­du­ced wi­th com­ple­te au­to­no­my by the Ar­gen­ti­ne de­si­gner (wor­king in the field of sea­ting for the fir­st ti­me) in his work­shop in Sal­ta, 1,400 km from Bue­nos Ai­res, this chair has a so­phi­sti­ca­ted con­struc­tion: it is ex­tre­me­ly light­weight (ju­st 1,800 gr.), has mul­ti-la­mi­na­te legs wi­th a cross-sty­le in­ter­lock, can be fit­ted to­ge­ther wi­thout nails or screws, and is ma­de of Pau­lo­w­nia, a du­ra­ble wood that has on­ly re­cen­tly been di­sco­ve­red.

| Tra in­no­va­zio­ni e rie­di­zio­ni, da­re com­fort al­la se­du­ta re­sta un eser­ci­zio pro­get­tua­le im­pre­scin­di­bi­le per qua­lun­que de­si­gner an­che nell’era di­gi­ta­le / Crea­ting a comfortable seat re­mains an es­sen­tial part of chair de­ve­lo­p­ment for any de­si­gner, even in the di­gi­tal age

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