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M100 Chair / Matias Ruiz

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M100 Chair / Matias Ruiz it has been modified: 2012-02-02 di Benedict Flowers

The M100 chair was born from the idea of ​​the Chilean architect Mathias Ruiz Malbran to develop a chair with very few elements, in this case two: steel and rope.

The first is the primary structure and is the second, the rope serves to support and generate the correct ergonomics for the user, creating a welcoming and attractive combination. The M100 chair is composed of 90 meters of woven polypropylene rope and 10 1 meter ribbed steel bars.

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