Lora Lora Chair

In 1926, when Marcel Breuer designed Wassily, the famous chair in curved iron pipe, he completely revolutionized the techniques and the aesthetics of the time. The Lora Lora chair is certainly not as revolutionary as the Wassilyʼs , but it is based on a similar premise: combining technique with aesthetics, elegance and lightness of materials with its intended function.

Lora-Lora is mainly a concept of “Chaise-Longue” to fill our homes, our balconies or our poolsides. The idea thus arose in the Milan Furniture Fair, in the exhibition “Material Connection ” and from the association with the Spaghetti chair by Giandomenico Belotti, from 1979.

The Lora Lora chair was designed for an international tender promoted by Emu, an important furniture company, who operates mainly in the iron furniture. The results of the tender, with the presentation of the prototype, were disclosed during the fair of Cologne with the assignment of the 1st place and presented for the first time at a marketing furniture fair in Milan.





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