Published on : Saturday, May 15, 2021
The Lemni armchair by Marco Lavit moves with ease from the living to the night area, offering an unexpected refuge of refinement that captures for its light aesthetic. A suspended seat in saddle leather, balanced on a metal structure in black painted tubular steel, it traces a design in the air welcoming also the backrest roll cushion. Somewhat furniture, somewhat sculpture, this intimate and chic observatory on the world reveals the desire to relieve from superfluous weights and fills the air, enchanting with its graphic vitality.
Dimensions, Armchair: cm.73x71x77. Seat depth 46 cm.
Armchair with supporting frame in tubular and steel rod section Ø16 mm coated with epoxy powder coating matt black. Seat with nylon insert, fixed to the frame by pins. Backrest bolster padded with polyurethane foam, fixed to the structure by means of screws. Seat and backrest covering available in saddle leather or in Cuoietto, in the colours in collection.
Marco Lavit. Atelier LAVIT is an architectural and design practice based in Paris. Architecture and Design move naturally in a parallel conversation, nurtured by photographic experience. Continually in quest for a conceptual essentiality, perpetuating a journey of timeless production.
Marco founded his architecture and design practice, Atelier LAVIT, in Paris in 2014. Since then, the practice has been active in France and Italy. Atelier LAVIT’s work originates from the dialogue with artisans and their savoir-faire, especially Made in Italy. Architecture and design often proceed in parallel, striving to reach essential forms. This approach results in an extemporal production, which does not follow trends, but rather lets the strength of raw materials speak for the designs themselves.