Despite its minimalistic architectural appearance MARMINI II is a comfortable upholstered stool composed of three volumes which at first do not seem to stick and fit together. The two hard parts in ‘Fior di Pesco’ marble appear detached one from another, this same effect applies for the central part of the upholstered soft padding. This piece was designed by Hannes Peer who drew his inspiration from the conceptual work of French architect Claude Parent or American John Lautner who both liberated architecture from the classic cubic spaces and introduced movement through oblique lines in their buildings in the 60’s.
Material: marble and textile
Dimension: Backrest H64 x Seat H45 x L55cm
Weight: 90 kg