Designed by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, Daiki is a family of seats inspired by the Brazilian architect's passion for Japan and its culture. The range includes comfortable bergères and swivel armchairs, with or without armrests, and a fixed footstool.
Available with a matt polyester lacquered Palisander Santos shell, in the same Dark Brown stained wood or in Liquorice lacquered flamed ash, the seat is made using an exclusive woodworking technique and consists of two elements joined at 45° to obtain a backrest inclination that guarantees maximum comfort.
The seats are supported by a metal base with spokes, swivelling 360° with return, on which a comfortable cushion seats, contained in the curved wooden body. The base is also available in two different finishes: varnished polished Bronze to match the Palisander Santos frame with matt polyester lacquered finish or Dark Brown stain, or varnished Black Coffee finish for the ash frame. In the version with leather upholstery, the cushions are quilted with visible stitching, while the fabric version only features stitching.
Daiki proposes a design that refers to the moods of Mid-Century America in its bold, simple lines, fine materials and balanced proportions.