Its sculptural shape reminds us of the objects of African craftsmanship but made soft by the polyurethane rubber of which it is composed. Binta, like a baobab, rests on the ground with its generous and rounded lines, this plant, once again African, also recalls a little.
“Binta was born from a look at the African world. Its sculptural form refers to African wooden objects, but those forms are made soft because they are made of polyurethane rubber. Like a baobab, Binta leans on the ground with generous shapes exhibiting its elegance recalling the heaviness of a baobab. Its coating is given by the composition of Wax fabrics, traditionally worn by African women. This patchwork of contrasts underlines the morphology of the armchair whose volumes are wrapped and sculpted. The composition of fabrics offers a variety of infinite color contrasts enhancing the shape of the product. The cheerfulness of the chromatic contrasts, which refers to the tradition of fabrics and combinations of the African world, refers to the tailoring of women's clothes; as if Binda were a Senegalese woman ready to wear and enhance the chromatic fervors of Africa ".
Varied are the possibility of customization chromatic therefore, it is possible to create patchworks that will surely bring color tones and joy to the living room but also enriching an entrance or a corridor. A practical seat, but also a shape that creates design and furniture thanks to its sculptural lines like a contemporary totem.