Cerruti Baleri’s Gorgeous “Louis XV Goes To Sparta” Armchair Fuses Classic Form With Silk Marble Tattoo

by • January 18, 2012 • Industrial And Product DesignComments (0)578

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Maurizo Galante and Tal Lancman are the clever brains behind this ingenious chair design entitled the “Louis XV Goes To Sparta“.  The design takes the classic form of a Louis XV armchair and merges it with an insanely accurate digitally reproduced marble pattern to create a final piece worthy of doing a double take.  The chair was designed for Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri, has a plywood structure and CFC-free soft polyurethane foam interior.  The foam is wrapped with layer of Dacron and a separate polyurethane seating cushion.  And as if it wasn’t gorgeous enough already, the marble upholstery is 100% silk.  The marble “tattoos” as they’re called, come in 3 versions: grande antico, portasanta, and carrera.  I’ll take one of each please.  To place your order simply head over to CerrutiBaleri.com.  And if this isn’t mindblowing enough for you, check out this previous FEELguide story in the following link that even caught the attention of the folks at Boing Boing.

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