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Bar Chair PIRST - unusual, but very practical and impressive plywood seat! Chair PIRST improves ventilation and possibly treats cellulite. The chair is highly recommended for women and men of all ages.
Pirst, the seat is open, made of proportionally smaller rectangular frames, which cast a shadow forming the graphic image of a labyrinth. A universal chair is very comfortable to sit on for a longer period of time, because it lessens the gravitational load, graphic seat partitions do indeed improve ventilation and even perform a light massage so you don't have to change sitting position often. All chairs are stackable in order to save space, whereas they may be used as a shelving system as well.
The initial idea for this piece of furniture was inspired by a client’s request for a seat to be created for a bathroom, this is why it has a flat plane for a seat, and is made of waterproof materials: birch plywood and stainless steel. Later, the designer created several variations of this piece of furniture: a bar stool, a bench for two PIRSTPIRST, and a shelving unit.
The chair PIRST designed by Dalius Razauskas has already represented Lithuania all around the world in cities such as Tokyo, Singapore or New York, expressed the national traits of sitting and has received quite a few design awards for its uniqueness. Moreover, PIRST is exhibited at the Applied Arts and Design Museum in Vilnius as a design piece that has become a history of Lithuanian design culture.
SIZE: 382 x 382 x 630 mm
Dalius Razauskas studied at the Stepas Žukas School of Applied Arts in Kaunas (1988), where he explored the subtleties of artistic glass, and also in the Department of Design at the Vilnius Academy of Arts (1993). Dalius is a co-founder and creative director of the design studio KiTAIP and works as a furniture, interior and jewellery designer, and regularly participates in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
About the Studio
KiTAIP is a furniture design and manufacturing company well known for its stunning design pieces such as PIRST or multifunctional PILL. Apart from creation of unique designs KiTAIP is mainly occupied with individual interior and furniture projects. KiTAIP designs and constructs, manufactures and installs unique furniture for houses, flats, working spaces, medical offices, classrooms and laboratories. Also has a series of standard furniture for the living room and bathroom.
Birch plywood and stainless steel.
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