Introducing the Qeeboo Bonos Design Chair by Dai Sugasawa – a monumental masterpiece that adds a touch of prehistoric grandeur to your space. Crafted with precision and ingenuity, this chair transcends the boundaries of conventional design and playfully resembles a colossal dinosaur bone.
Dai Sugasawa, a celebrated Japanese designer known for his work with Philippe Starck, brings his unique vision to life with the Bonos Design Chair. His work is celebrated for seamlessly fusing tradition with innovation, and this chair is no exception. Created through advanced rotational molding technology, the Bonos Design Chair boasts subtle contours for the seamless fusion of art and functionality.
The Bonos Design Chair is not just a piece of furniture; it's a work of art that graces your living space with elegance and sophistication. Whether placed in a contemporary loft, a minimalist living room, or an avant-garde outdoor setting, it becomes a focal point that sparks conversations and inspires admiration.
Dimensions: 216cm x 70.5cm x 60.5cm (LxWxH). Seat height 40cm.
Available in Ivory and Dove Grey. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
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About the designer:
Born in 1977, Dai Sugasawa is a Japanese designer. He moved to Paris in 2005 to collaborate with the designer Christophe Pillet (5 years.)
In 2010, he established his own design and architecture agency in Paris, developing many projects worldwide through which he can express the richness of his work, that constantly intertwines references to his Japanese culture with very contemporary and technological design.
The same year, Johny Ives invites him to join the Apple design team in Cupertino, USA.
Finally Dai Sugasawa decides to keep and develop his own design agency and let his creativity explore a large fields of products.
One of his latest architecture creation, the elegant gastronomique restaurant Le Clos Y, opened in Paris in 2015.
He signed also the sculptural Ishino Tables set for Walter Knoll in 2018.
For the past 8 years, he has worked as a freelance designer with Philippe Starck, co-signing products with him for Kartell and Driade.
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