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  • Unique ref.
    #0160203
  • Manufacturer
    B&B Italia
  • Use
    Living, Retail
  • Material
    Fabric
  • Dimensions (W x H x D)
    120 x 103 x 130
  • Date of publishing
    2019-11-08
  • Last update
    2019-12-02
  • Type
    Object (Single object)
  • Polygons (low)
    3030
  • Polygons (high)
    12664
  • Textures
    no
  • Unwrapped UVs
    yes

Description

Gaetano Pesce (1969)

The armchair has anatomical characteristics and unmistakable anthropomorphous references and it is a metaphor of a large comfortable womb and recalls ancient statues of fertility goddesses. The image of comfort is combined with another metaphor because of the presence of the ottoman that is tied to the armchair. It represents a more figurative image of a woman with a ball and chain on her foot.Gaetano Pesce explains the project as follows: "At that time, I was telling a personal story about my concept of women: I believe that women have always been unwilling prisoners of themselves. This is why I decided to give this armchair the shape of a woman with a ball and chain, a traditional image of a prisoner."

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