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Sevilla is a lounge chair that consists of a metal frame and a bent wooden seat. These can be assembled without any screws or connecting elements.
The long slots running down the sides of the seat make it possible for the seat to be easily inserted into the frame. The trapezoidal geometry of the frame allows both parts to become wedged together.
The user is able to separate both parts easily and store them independently of each other. This is especially helpful in the transportation of the product. The simplicity of design and minimalist use of materials facilitates recycling and reduces waste in the manufacturing process.
Fernando Cruz Crespo