A chair inspired by a XVI century armchair. Design: Susana de Luna.
ATA is a chair inspired by a women’s armchair in the time of Philip II. The wooden structure accentuates the clean lines and the robustness of the inspiring object. The upholstery is shaped with a rope that symbolises the life of women in Philip II’s court; their duties, their bonds.
It is a design that is purely emotional, ecological and employs traditional methods.
The project was selected as a finalist and recognised as one of the top four projects presented at the second edition of MEMORIA, a collaborative project between the National Museum of Decorative Arts and the Escuela de Arte 12 Diseño Industrial, dedicated to the search for inspiration in the museum’s collections.