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Banjooli armchair - Moroso

Banjooli armchair

Sebastian Herkner
Moroso

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The shape of the chair, and particularly the armrests, is inspired by the mating dance of male ostriches –banjooli in the Wolof language- who stretch out their wings to show off their beauty to the female. Banjooli is part of M’Afrique, a range of chairs conceived by the designer and produced by African craft weavers using the yarn of fishing nets. The designs are all different and original, like their names. Hand-woven, they are human in their perfections and flaw

Structure in varnished steel with coloured patterns obtained fromthe manual weaving of different strands of polyethylene.
The shape of the chair, and particularly the armrests, is inspired by the mating dance of male ostriches –banjooli in the Wolof language- who stretch out their wings to show off their beauty to the female. (more)
Banjooli is part of M’Afrique, a range of chairs conceived by the designer and produced by African craft weavers using the yarn of fishing nets. The designs are all different and original, like their names. Hand-woven, they are human in their perfections and flaw

Structure in varnished steel with coloured patterns obtained fromthe manual weaving of different strands of polyethylene.


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