Kobi collection

Kobi has taken shape as a result of this affinity. Norguet has developed a new type of chair, inspired by the tradition of iron wire chairs, coming up with an elegant and light-weight structure: highly contemporary suspended architecture.

Kobi

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The collection

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The Kobi family includes various seats. Kobi chair and Kobi sledge, Kobi stool and the armchairs Gran Kobi and Gran Kobi essentiel comfortable and versatile, ideal for domestic spaces but also for hospitality and contract spaces.

Modularity

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Kobi chair / Kobi chair soft

The body is a sort of rigorous and enveloping basket, created by woven soldered round steel wire. The support belt, made from cast aluminium embraces the seat elegantly, totally enveloping the form. The leather or fabric cushions are available for the seat only, seat plus back and full shell option. They are shaped to adhere perfectly to the shell and to form a visual whole with the structure. Two different structures are available: support and legs in stove-enamelled aluminium with coloured or chromed shell; stove enamelled support and aluminium legs in oak-veneered aluminium with shell lacquered in different colours.

Solutions

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Gran Kobi Essentiel(0) Alias_KobiSoft Alias_KobiSledge(0) Alias_KobiStool Alias_KobiOutdoor

Designer

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Patrick Norguet

Born in Tours in 1969, he studied at the Industrial Design High School in Paris. He founded his design firm in 2000, ranging from industrial product design to architectural designs. In 2005 he was voted designer of the year at Now! Design for living (Maison & Objets). A free spirit of French design, he has developed an eclectic approach to design, coming up with objects characterised by an ongoing drive for balance and rationality. He designs interior products and architecture for a range of clients. For Alias, he has signed the kobi chair collection (2012) and kayak (2014). He currently lives and works in Paris.

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