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Costume Lounge Chair

c. 2021

by Stefan Diez
for Magis

Costume Lounge Chair

by Stefan Diez
for  Magis

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The Costume lounge chair and ottoman make stylish, comfort­able, eco-sustain­able living a reality. At the heart of the Costume is a body made from recy­cled and recy­clable poly­eth­yl­ene produced using rota­tional molding tech­nol­ogy from furni­ture and car indus­try waste. An insert made of pocket spring cores provides the cush­ion­ing for the seat and back­rest. On top of this is a thin layer of polyurethane foam. The whole is held together by a cover made of fabric that can be fastened using tension belts and easily removed at any time. Not only does this system use much less foam in manu­fac­tur­ing than conven­tional sofas – but most of the mate­ri­als are also easily recyclable.

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Stefan Diez

Germany

The craftsmanship of carpentry profoundly influences Stefan Diez's work. Born in 1971 in Freisin, Germany, the industrial designer grew up in a household of 4th generation carpenters. He spent three years as a cabinet maker before attending the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart, where he studied under Richard Sapper. In 2002, he founded his studio, and by 2008 created DIEZ OFFICE. Diez became a professor of industrial design at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe in 2007, teaching there until 2014. He then joined the School of Industrial Design Lund, Sweden in 2015 and continued to teach as the head of Industrial Design ID1 at Die Angewandte in Vienna. Diez’s industrial design work includes furniture, tableware, and home accessories. He often collaborates with various manufacturers including e15, Emu, HAY, Rosenthal, Thonet, Vibia, Wagner, and Wilkhahn.



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