The Euvira rocking chair by Jader Almeida is a masterful blend of yesterday and today, lightness and solidity. With its precisely orchestrated fl owing lines, thickening and tapering to form a pleasing rhythm, the chair is a signature expression of contemporary design. At the same time, the choice of materials and their treatment recalls the work of the great Brazilian design masters of the 1960s and 70s. While offering all the comfort of a capacious rocking chair, the piece’s fi ne lines and the way the armrests and runners taper towards the middle make an airy and elegant impression from any angle.
The cord seat and backrest lend the chair a special lightness and transparency, unfolding a fascinating graphic play of lines especially when in motion. The version in dark stained oak with black cord attests the most strikingly to the origin of its designer. In pale oak with hemp-coloured cord, the chair looks almost like a Scandinavian furniture classic. With fabric or leather upholstery, it takes on the feel of an elegant club chair. In every version, it oscillates effortlessly between past and present, stability and elegance. Euvira has been recognised with the IF Product Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award.
Rocking and dreaming of Ipanema… Euvira invites relaxation with Brazilian lightness.
Frame solid oak, natural, brown or black-stained, with clear varnish. Seat in hemp-coloured or black nylon cord or upholstery polyurethane with rubber webbing and cover in fabric or leather. Undersides of skids have (non-slip) felt inserts.
Natural solid oak
Brown-stained solid oak
Black-stained solid oak
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All dimensions are in the unit cm.
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Clear forms and timeless aesthetics are terms through which Brazilian designer Jader Almeida defines his work. His designs and their materiality are obviously influenced by his early occupation with the masters of Brazilian modernism.