Jenette stems from a chair made by the Campana brothers some years ago for the house of an American art collector. With a typical seat formed in one piece with four legs in polyurethane over a steel structure, the ethereal focal point of the chair is the backrest. Over 900 flexible stalks rise from the seat to form the back. With a hidden interior steel structure giving it support, the ridge PVC stalks are able to be bent and adjusted as it is used. The subtle reference to natural ears of corn almost waving in the breeze gives the design a magical, dreamlike quality that belies its strong back support.Available in five colors, the stalks match the color of the base.
- Backrest is covered in about 900 flexible stalks made of rigid PVC
- Stalks are able to be bent and adjusted as it is used
- Hidden in the stalks is a strong steel back support
- Chair seat and legs formed in a single piece, made from polyurethane over a steel structure
- Lacquered in polyurethane opaque paint