Turri’s new partnership with Daniel Libeskind has produced a unique piece that symbolises the clear change of tack in the company’s creative and production process.
OKHA presents the Volt dining chair
The importance of chairs is reflected in the fact that the variety of chairs is greater than for any other single household object.
When furnishing a house, chairs cannot be forgotten. They provide a place to sit and can add to the chic style of your house, office or backyard.
OKHA has relaunched a classic – the Volt dining chair. The chair is highly customizable to match it according to personal requirements and interior decor. Definitely, it will be an appealing addition to your interior.
VOLT dining chair has a cinnamon velvet seat atop its carbon-stained timber base structure and can be custom-made from a range of colours, fabrics and timbers.
“The design conjures a movement, an energy, the simple and bold form of the seat is a strong kinetic visual which possesses a vigour and energy hence VOLT,” says Creative director and designer Adam Court. He adds “The base is a scaffold, a piece of primitive architecture, an intentionally basic construct that supports the contradiction of the plush seat”.
OKHA is a small batch producer of bespoke furniture, lighting and objet d'art with its flagship store is in Cape Town and distributors in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.
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Photo: Lindsey Appolis and Niel Vosloo
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