GEA Chair by Giorgetti
GEA is a chair with the base in protected stainless steel, powder painted in carob colour. The seat and the backrest are in birch plywood (fin.3A).
W57 x D56 x H78 cm
The products of Giorgetti are drawn from processing techniques tied to cabinet work traditions and the use of state-of-the-art technologies; this allows Giorgetti to make quality products that maintain their own distinctive characteristics. Therefore, any apparent irregularities – such as differences in colour, in the structure, in the size and materials that they are made of – are not to be considered defects, rather peculiarities that make the product unique and special. Rigorous quality controls are made on the entire production line. During their machining the raw materials are subjected to thorough quality and performance tests at every step. The finished product undergoes an accurate performance test and an equally thorough comparison test is made with its original design. Living the Giorgetti space means knowing precious materials, loving innovation and tradition, choosing a unique and personal style, knowing how to present something which tells its own story. Elegance is the summing of ‘pleasure and value’.
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About The Designer – Chi Wing Lo
Encompassing the fields of architecture, sculpture, interior and furniture design, Chi Wing Lo’s prolific output has long been recognized, in and beyond the eminent cycle of contemporary Italian design, for his evocativeness in thought, gracefulness in form and meticulousness in every detail.
Raised in Hong Kong, Lo received his Master Degree in Architecture from Harvard University with the best thesis prize in 1988. Lo had taught at the Syracuse University, NY, and had been a member of the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. Served as a visiting critic in different universities and a frequent speaker in design events, Lo has a multidisciplinary practice, integrating art, architecture, interior and furniture designs for exclusive projects in Milan, Athens, London, Istanbul, Yalta, Dubai, Beijing and Shanghai.