DESIGNER: Rémi Bouhaniche
The shape of the Toa armchair suggests spontaneous, evocative folds. One simply must possess it; it is universal. The base – airy like a skeletal structure – screws into a quilted body. The footrest brings an additional note of comfort and relaxation. This armchair can have an informal side (in cotton-like fabrics), but it would be equally at home in a chic country home (in wool); it could even become quite formal, for use in a business lounge perhaps, when interpreted in leather. It will stand alone, accompanied by a lamp and low table, since all sides of this armchair have equal pertinence.