Chaise Vari is the outdoor chair recently designed by Mexican designer Héctor Esrawe, it has an expressive form which to give the individual identity to the design.
+ Design description courtesy of Esrawe Studio
Searching ways of expression for outdoor furniture, we developed a robust and aggressive piece, manufactured with low-tech crafts such as blacksmithing and weaving in pvc cord.
The Chaise Vari, reinterprets a common scene in many streets of Mexico City, where itinerant weavers produce woven pieces for passersby, imprinting each piece with their unique expression.
This piece is part of the exhibition at the Galería Mexicana de Diseño called Exploraciones that seeks to identify the spectrum of diverse processes in Mexico.
The structure may be in iron or stainless steel and PVC cord with a wide variety of colors, the piece is entirely made by hand.
+ Technical information
Project: Chaise Vari
Design: Héctor Esrawe / 2009
Material: Blacksmithing and pvc cord.