Designed by Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu. Expanding upon the notions of domesticity that were at the core of the design of the original Solo Chair, this glass vitrine features curved glass and rounded ends that can integrate harmoniously with other furniture pieces. With large areas of clear glass and even clear glass as shelves, the objects to be displayed within are the main visual highlight, while the narrow wooden profiles and legs are just a simple armature.
Available in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes, glass, and brass.
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W143 × D48 × H100 cm
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Neri&Hu Design and Research Office, is an inter-disciplinary award-winning architectural design practice based in Shanghai, China. Founded by Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, Neri&Hu works internationally providing architecture, interior, master planning, graphic, and product design services.
Neri&Hu’s own product line, 'Neri&Hu', represents a different aesthetic that is rooted in cultural provocation. With an intention to question the potential in “Chinese design”, Neri&Hu seeks to alternatives to the normative. Neri&Hu is the reinterpretation of the beauty in the raw material, changing perceptions through what is revealed, examining history and its path, or capturing an ordinary scene in a snapshot.
Select designs from the Neri&Hu product portfolio are supported by De La Espada's manufacturing expertise.