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Fran Silvestre Arquitectos | Alis Chair

Furniture Fran Silvestre Arquitectos | Alis

A piece of furniture formed from a unique piece of rolled aluminium industrially served in which five cuts are made for its subsequent folding.

The result is an economic manufacture due to its short manipulation-need compared with other designs of complicated assembles. Its recycling process is also favorable now that it does not need dismantling, providing it a unique character such as an aluminium ingot.  It allows production and a simple stock before being fold.

An ergonomist that attends the functional aspects of the chair, its commodity, the possibility of piling it up, of interior and exterior use…

Another quality, difficult to specify, refers to the value of the piece as an object, with the only use of being gazed.

Architects: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos | Fran Silvestre, Mª José Sáez
Project team:
José Ángel Ruíz Millo | Architecture
Jordi Martinez Ventura | Architecture                 
Sara Sancho Ferreras | Architecture
Fernando Usó Martín | Architecture
Photographer: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

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