"Selene" Chair by Vico Magistretti / Artemide
The "Selene" Chair, envisioned by Vico Magistretti for Artemide in the 1960s, revolutionized furniture design. Its development spanned years due to the intricate crafting of the distinctive S-shaped legs. Remarkably innovative, it became the first chair crafted entirely from a single piece of thermosetting plastic. The debut of its prototype at the Milan Triennial in 1968 marked a significant milestone, showcasing a groundbreaking design that redefined the possibilities in chair construction.
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