W:50 x D:52 x H:82cm (Seat height: 46cm)
All chairs are made of laminated moulded sliced veneer with a chrome base.
The base is 14 mm chrome steel tubes with 4 legs with leg ferrules of black-grey synthetic material.
Also available with front upholstery or fully upholstered with fabric, leather or welted leather.
Trieste: Named after the port city in north-eastern Italy, Trieste is the impossible blue that has been used by so many artists over the decades, especially the impressionists. Trieste lies somewhere between violet and blue, strong forces pulling it in both directions.
Opium red: For Tal R, Opium Red sparks associations to Shanghai of the 1930s. With its decadent expression, Opium Red symbolizes the mystique of the Far East.
Ai Blue: Ai, Japanese for indigo, is a deep shade of blue drawn towards black. At first glance, the colour appears a dark, rich blue, but after some time it darkens further and takes on an amazing sense of depth.
Evren Purple: Evren Purple is named after Tal R's wife. When he looks at her, he sees the colour purple. To him, she is the essence of that colour, embracing it in every way – attractive and passionate, like the colour itself.
Hüzün Green: Hüzün is Turkish for wistful, a word that captures the dreamy mood of the colour with its bittersweet touch of nostalgia and yearning. The unique quality of this green is its faded character.
Chocolate milk brown: Chocolate Milk Brown is an indulgent brown with a touch of creamy white. This colour is drawn between brown and rose and is like a warm embrace with an appeal that enchants the eye.
Altstadt rose: Altstadt Rose is one of Tal R's signature colours, as he always includes a rose in everything he creates. The rose expresses impermanence and fiery beauty.
Chevalier orange: Chevalier is an oriental orange. With its air of aristocracy and fine riding horses, Tal R describes it as the most exclusive colour on the new scale.
Egyptian yellow: Egyptian Yellow is a rich and saturated colour that sparks associations to ancient Egypt. The colour has a touch of lead which gives it a highly characteristic and distinctive tone.
Nine grey: Nine grey is a new grey shade obtained by mixing the nine colours defined by Tal R. Thus this grey shade does not simply imply a blend of light and darkness. Rather, it resembles all nine of Tal R's colour interpretations.