Vladimir Tsesler’s Cross Legged Chair

Valdimir Tseler’s Living Chair was inspired by the human form (female, of course) – long legs delicately crossed for a provocative yet modest aesthetic. The cross-legged form creates a three-legged stool and comes in feminine pink or electric red. With perfect posture, it’s at once modern and feminine, capturing the curve of a woman’s back within the backrest. The Russian designer Vladimir Tsesler is best known as half of the creative duo T&V which established a reputation for their graphic design work: cool logos and ‘social posters’, with provocative allegory and grotesque irony being their trademark.

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