Barcelona-based designer Lievore Altherr created these Zebra armchairs for Janus et Cie using strategically slit powder-coated aluminum, which evokes the animal’s signature stripes. We love the outdoor accent—available in white, metallic gray, and chocolate, shown here—for the subtly imperfect incisions along its seat and back: Uneven, tapered at either end, and curved just so, the openings give each chair a bold personality that suggests it’s cool to show your stripes.
This Patio-Friendly Chair Wants You to Show Your Stripes
The Zebra armchair from Janus et Cie is marked by a breathable series of wonderfully irregular incisions.BY THE EDITORS June 01, 2018
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