Born in 1969, Patrick Norguet was educated at the Ecole Superieur de Design Industriel. Patrick Norguet has worked with designers like Hilton Mc Connico and Studio Naca. He has also collaborated with Louis Vuitton as a decorator, designing concepts for display windows and events. He more recently designed the showrooms for Renault Cars in Paris and Toiko and has designed furniture pieces for Cappellini and Artifort. Norguet's work shows rich sensitivity, with a feeling for what is substantial, and an eclecticism that testifies to a modern awareness, rational but also strongly related to the object and its environment. His interests in designing for different projects in variable circumstances are signs of Norguet's broad versatility.
The multifunctional Looks seems to be Patrick Norguet's tribute to the furniture of the Danish designer Hans Wegner and to the first plastic chairs produced in the nineteen-fifties. This new Artifort chair features a plastic shell supported by four chromed legs. The armrests flow gracefully out of the back into the underside of the seat. Its organic shape and ergonomic structure make Looks an archetypical Artifort chair. The openings on the sides provide the chair with its slender, elegant appearance.Features:
|Looks Armchair by Patrick Norguet||31.5" H x 23.62" W x 27.55" D||Unavailable|
|Chair Design:||Arm Chairs|
|Frame Construction Options:||Metal, Plastic|
|Product Category:||Accent Chairs|