A light armchair that brings to mind the softness of a feather, a caress, a moment of harmony in oak and woven leather cord. The name has Persian origins: “seh-tar” literally means three strings and the model is inspired by the best known Indian classical music instrument. Faraway origins generating timeless appeal for a modern design. Available in two versions: blanched and honey.
Production year 2006
Born in Venice in 1950, he has always shown interest in developing the arts from the beginning with a strong attitude for art studies. The form and color’s passion were expressed and strengthened through his studies under the prestigious guide of Alberto Viani, at the Accademy of Beautifull Arts in Venice. In the mid-seventies he participates actively at the first course of industrial design promoted by the Faculty of Architecture. The contact and teaching with those undisputed “masters” of decorative arts, help to shape the eclectic personality of the designer, who creates interesting projects and exhibits in decorative arts exhibitions, held in various countries of Europe. During the following years, is revealed as a designer with considerable creative abilities and aesthetic sense: the projects are never the result of trivial technical insight, but the perfect synthesis of form, function, industrial processing and enhancement of the expressive capacity of materials, that compose the same project. This is why the artistic creative process is not an end in itself, but as the scope of everyday objects’ development and production. The simplification to one side, and the choice and the definition of the details of the project to the other side, define the dictates of his way to design.