As a master in architecture, the Japanese Ito has proposed few but extraordinary design works. Suki armchair, designed in 1987, is one of them: an object made mysterious by the use of a double steel mesh row intersected by many springs. This is an ideological “Manifesto” but, unpredictably comfortable.
Tubular stainless satin steel structure with perforated stainless steel sheet.
W. 96,5/37,9" D. 98/38,5" H. 102/40,1"; Seat H. 40/15,7"