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Rockin' Queen / multifunctional chair

Rockin' Queen
Rockin' Queen

Rockin' Queen is a multifunctional product that promotes interaction between the user and the object through sensations that come from the act of seating.
Thought for an urban public that tries to escape from the chaos of the metropolis and searches for well-being at home, Rockin' Queen interacts with the user as a conventional chair or as a rocking chair.
The structure is made of tubular steel, a material that's resistant and versatile and allows the execution of complex curves in different axes. The seating is made of fish leather, a bio-leather that's resistant, soft and with unique texture that uses what used to be a residue.

University

Istituto Europeo di Design

Istituto Europeo di Design
São Paulo, Brazil

Alexandre Mora, Clayton Caetano and Albert Sugai

Design

Danielle Mataresi Branco

Danielle Mataresi Branco
São Paulo, Brazil

Danielle Mataresi Branco Gabriela Alves de Oliveira