diamond ta POP armchair | design stolt design team and simone viola
The Diamond TA POP Armchair is a real top-seed: comfortable and ergonomic, its design is evocative, out of the ordinary, and certainly doesn’t go unnoticed, perfect for someone wanting a touch of contemporaneity and sophisticated originality.
The Diamond base is inspired by the facets of a cut diamond, creating a similar play of light. A simply sophisticated piece of furniture, perfect for modern and minimalist settings.The purity of the concept, and the high-quality design, combined with complex lines that create a light and luminous metal structure, creating a modern and sophisticated silhouette.
Ta, monosyllabic sound, as simple as the first word of a child, in Chinese, means both him or her, exactly the same, human identity regardless of gender, universal. And the chair is, in fact, a human object, moulded around its use. It traces the profile of the body, eating or working at the table. It allows a resting position, halfway between a state of wakefulness and sleep, moments spent waiting or enjoying company. With Ta, Simone Viola wanted to offer an elegantly simple answer to the demand for ergonomics and aesthetics. Its design is inspired by the style of the 50’s but with a touch of absolute contemporaneity, that of honest and democratic design, made possible by an advanced but relatively simple construction technique. Available in a wide variety of solutions, its strength lies in this flexibility. Three solid, flowing and sinuous shells for completion with five curved metal tubular bases with wooden elements, characterized by essential design. The range of colors proposed reflects a contemporary taste, with the possibility to add seat pads to the shells, making it possible to create numerous customized combinations.
With a nod to tradition, the Diamond TA rocking chair combines a highly modern design, with a whimsical, retro touch to create an accent piece with a unique personality.
© Diamond base design by Stolt Design.
© TA Armshell design by Simone Viola.
© Upholstery by Kubikoff Lab.
- CATAS certified for contract use.
- Very strong fiberglass shell structure.
- Can be ordered COM/COL
- Chrome plated, black, gold plated steel bases.
- Suitable for: Dining / Cafe / Restaurant / Meeting rooms / Conference
Dimensions: 32″ H | 24″ W | 21.5″ D |seat height: 18″ | arm height: 27″
- Side Chair: 1 yard fabric or artificial leather for the side. 18 sq ft. leather.
- Armchair: 1.5 yards fabric or artificial leather for the side. 27 sq ft. leather.
Availability for Quick ship: Made to order.
Stolt Design Group
Stolt Design Group is a young and open-minded design trio based in Oslo, Norway. Stolt Design is created by three fellow students graduated from the department of Product Design, at Akershus University College. The designers share both knowledge and passion for their work.They approach their designs from a problem solving point of view, and work to design long-lasting products to market with an eye for quality, functionality and high user value.Stolt Design uses the company as a platform to promote both individual and collective work, and uses each other for quality assurances of the designs.
Kubikoff Srl was launched in 2004 by the Lemson Brothers. Kubikoff Srl is a company that is making its way in the field of design, thanks to modern and innovative ideas, and a high-quality production.
Kubikoff Lab designs and creates products that are constructed with a careful attention to details, using the newest techniques, to guarantee the highest comfort and functionality.
At the heart of Kubikoff Lab are the master upholsterers, who pad and line the entire collection. Kubikoff upholstery is entirely handmade, with extreme attention to trims and finishing details, and to the selection of the most innovative materials and fabrics, to guarantee comfortable, functional and elegant products.
Combined with the great professionalism, and technical knowledge of the Kubikoff Lab master upholsterers, are the innovative ideas of European designers, who apply their efforts to design modern, captivating furnishing elements.