NEMO Chair by Fabio NovembreNovember 21st, 2011 - Posted in Furniture Design
At the Salone del Mobile 2010 in Milan, the Italian manufacturer Driade exhibited NEMO chair has been designed by Italian architect Fabio Novembre. Fabio Novembre use furniture design to tell the story of intense and exciting in which the protagonist resembles a human face. It is the human figure can be abstract and universal, able to propose mythicized beauty as in Greek art in which the hero takes the features and the divine proportion in sculpture. In 2008, Fabio Novembre bring to life a mysterious woman leaning on a chair Divina, and so on with a new piece it is with all the more reason that Fabio seems to state the possibility of ” anthropomorphic design “. In fact, in NEMO concave face with classical features to create a habitable space. The result is a head – the seat for life from the inside. Such as masks, simultaneously hiding and revealing its inhabitants. High enough to protect people, and is designed for use outside and inside together, NEMO has the power to alter any habitat into a theatrical scene.