Sorri Lounge Chair by Gonçalo Campos for WEWOOD

Category: Design Published on 17 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,
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Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos has created a wide and inviting lounge chair made of solid wood for portuguese joinery brand WEWOOD. “Easily recognised by those great gentle surfaces, an important feature that provides all of the comfort, with a wide area to drop belongings like a bag, a coat or a book.” says Campos. Many design details were considered in this chair to stress its solid construction and its main curve, reminescent of an inviting and assuring smile.

“Much of the attention was also placed in the back of the chair, to make sure it looks solid, inviting and comfortable from every angle. This chair perfectly marries a simple and pleasant shape, with an efficient and optimized production, creating a comfortable product to see and to use.”

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images courtesy of WEWOOD

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