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Niemeyer | velvet and brown oak armchairBy Joana Santos Barbosa

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US$ 2,550



Material: Wood

Dimensions: 86cm (H) x 94cm (W) x 92cm (D) / 33.9" (H) x 37" (W) x 36.2" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


Production Lead Time:

This item has a production lead time of 7 weeks.


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Artist Statement

The Niemeyer armchair is named after the Brazilian Architect Oscar Niemeyer whose Architecture was spread like sculptural poetry in the History of humankind.
The rounded lines of the armchair are influenced by the remarkable ‘Casa das Canoas’ designed by Niemeyer in 1951. The flat roof offers its flowing forms to the round seat. The backward movement of the curve that frames a large granite boulder is recreated by the location of the seams in a meticulous upholstered work that flows all around the arms of the armchair.
Niemeyer is a modern armchair upholstered in a bright velvet with a sense of luxury and comfort.

Product details
Upholstery: InsidherLand Bright Velvet ref. gold
Legs: dark brown oak finished in matte varnish.

Product options
Upholstery: InsidherLand fabrics or client fabric.
Legs: other woods or any Ral Classic color finished in matt, half gloss or high gloss varnish.
COM: 4m 157.3in. (Standard width 140cm 55in.)

32Kg 70.6 lbs

Made to order. Custom sizes and other finishes are available under request.

Designed by Joana Santos Barbosa, 2017. Handmade in Portugal.


Artist Profile

Born: 1981
Hometown: Porto
Based in: Porto

Created by Architect Joana Santos Barbosa in 2012, Insidherland is a Portuguese brand of author design inspired by the natural wonders and the excellence of art.

Joana explores influences from travels around the World to define her own Land as a place that transforms her unique vision into pieces of …


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