09/06/2020 - Designed by Democràcia Estudio
is fresh and casual, working alone or with others. It makes versatility its maxim, adapting to all types of spaces both individually and collectively to dress up the most heterogeneous exteriors thanks to its modular character that allows it to form different configurations.
The Lilly armchair pays particular homage to Lilly Reich, a brilliant designer and architect, professor at the Bauhaus, often unfairly forgotten despite her decisive role at the time, having collaborated with Mies van der Rohe in the design of the iconic Barcelona chair or works such as the German Pavilion in Barcelona.
Lilly is composed of two armchairs (with and without arms), very light, and from a simple design surprises with unique solutions. In addition, as it weighs little, it can be moved easily and allows you to configure different types of environments according to the needs of each moment.
The pieces start from basic shapes embraced by a simple and resistant tubular system in thermo-lacquered stainless steel. Lilly also features a soft and comfortable seat with removable polyurethane foam cover and a flexible backrest that resolves its grip with a system of hidden zippers in the back.
The work of Democràcia Estudio is not new to DIABLA, as its talent has led to the editorial direction of its latest catalogues. That is why the boldness and the chromatic play characteristic of the brand are very palpable in this soft proposal, ideal for relaxation and rest areas.
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