Double Zero, settee
by David Adjaye, 2015

Two circles, two elementary modules grafted into a construction geometry of art deco inspiration, openly communicate the tendency towards maximum formal simplification. This is the prelude to top-quality industrial production, an elegant economy of volumes expressed by the possibility offered by the chromed steel frame to structure the design into a complete seating family. Thus a chair and a stool are born, with and without armrests, with the addition of a small two-seater sofa, a sophisticated formal evolution dictated by good taste and class. This is a return to order, a transition towards a simultaneously luxurious and synthetic language.

Frame is tubular steel with polished black chrome or gold chrome finish. Seat and back are injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam over plywood panel; on polyethylene glides. Double collection covers are not removable.