Babila is a chair able to move along tradition and innovation with great agility. The legs and the back eyelets are a reminiscent of the craft wooden chairs, while with the plywood shell I wanted to experiment the technique of variable thickness working process. The result is an airy and comfortable sitting with a careful and accurate use of wood.
Materials and technologies: plywood shell in variable thickness, solid ash legs.
Finishes: bleached ash, or ash stained grey, black, red, yellow.
Options: four legs frame in steel tube Ø 16mm, or sled frame in steel rod Ø 10mm.