Chair by Arshad Ardalani

Arshad Ardalani Demonstrates The Jojyan Chair

Arshad Ardalani, the architect of the award winning work Jojyan by Arshad Ardalani illustrates, It all started by an ancient myths relating how to the Prince travels in India by a magic flying rug. The shape of the chair resembles the flying rug or a butterfly. Beside being a static object, it gives the impression of hovering by the hanging rug on the legs. It gives stability and at the same time strengthens its structure and lightness. The seat surface is a handmade rug. Natural material & traditional color are applied in the rug. This design offers the opportunity to recreate and support traditional workshops. Jojyan means leaning back & refreshing after work in Kurdish..

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