Lapalma, Stil Chair Patrick Norguet, With Stil, Patrick Norguet confirms his continual research of a simple and evident design. Stil is the result of a strict cooperation between an industrial know-how and the designer.
- The optimization and the usage of modern technology, gave the possibility of an elaboration of a light chair and stool with visibly harmonic proportions.
- The comfort of the seat and back have a peculiar charme; Stil is stacking, in steel, in several colours, also available with seat and back on massive wood.
Frame in lacquered steel. Seat and back in lacquered metal or massive wood.
- Size Description
Seating height 45 cm (17.7″ )
Height 78 cm (30.7″ )
Wide 48 cm (18.9″)
Deep 48 cm (18.9″)
- Color Description
Norguet Patrick, born in Tours in 1969, studied at the Superior School of Industrial Design in Paris. In 2000 Patrick Norguet founded a design studio in Paris; Its scope ranges from the creation of industrial products to architectural project. Elected designer of the year "Now! Design for living "2005 (Maison & Objets), Patrick Norguet is free electron is of French design in developing a design approach based eclecticism. The design of industrial design is characterized by a constant search for balance and soundness, work towards the creation of simple objects and functional. His designs include the permanent collections of prestigious museums like the Museum of Modern Art of New York. Patrick Norguet soon graduated, he joined Louis Vuitton as responsible for the visual identification. In 2000 he founded his design studio to intervene in areas as diverse as industrial design, and architecture. The same year he met Giulio Cappellini, seduced by his work and the "Rainbow flesh" colored Plexiglas and is one of its flagship product: an object that has marked the spirits. Patrick Norguet enjoys working on the feelings and intuition to bring a fresh perspective on the subject taking into account its context. Today, he creates products for interior or architectural references such as Cappellini, Fasem, Poltrona Frau, Lapalma, Crassevig, GlasItalia, Flaminia, Thonnet Vienna, Modus, Artifort the Netherlands, architectures for Accor, Renault, Lancel.