Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan/studio mk27 for Minotti

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The Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan & Studio mk27 for Minotti. Inspired by the Brazilian architect’s many trips to Japan, the Daiki seats are born out of Marcio Kogan’s deep passion for Japanese culture and are conceived as a real tribute to Japanese design.

The Daiki family includes armchairs with a deep seat, available both with and without armrests, and poufs.

Created using sophisticated wood crafting techniques, the curved shell comprises two elements joined at a 45° angle, with a sloping backrest that guarantees maximum comfort. In palisander Santos or flamed ash veneer with Liquorice colour stain, the shell offers a snug fit for the cushions, and sits on a metal frame with legs in a Black-Nickel finish.

In the version with leather upholstery, the cushions are quilted with stitching and seams, while the fabric version only features stitching. Daiki offers a design that also explores and reinterprets the American Mid-Century atmospheres in its bold, simple lines, precious materials and balanced proportions.

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Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan/studio mk27 for Minotti

The Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan & Studio mk27 for Minotti. Inspired by the Brazilian architect’s many trips to Japan, the Daiki seats are born out of Marcio Kogan’s deep passion for Japanese culture and are conceived as a real tribute to Japanese design.

The Daiki family includes armchairs with a deep seat, available both with and without armrests, and poufs.

Created using sophisticated wood crafting techniques, the curved shell comprises two elements joined at a 45° angle, with a sloping backrest that guarantees maximum comfort. In palisander Santos or flamed ash veneer with Liquorice colour stain, the shell offers a snug fit for the cushions, and sits on a metal frame with legs in a Black-Nickel finish.

In the version with leather upholstery, the cushions are quilted with stitching and seams, while the fabric version only features stitching. Daiki offers a design that also explores and reinterprets the American Mid-Century atmospheres in its bold, simple lines, precious materials and balanced proportions.

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Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan/Studio mk27 for Minotti

Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan/studio mk27 for Minotti

The Daiki Armchair by Marcio Kogan & Studio mk27 for Minotti. Inspired by the Brazilian architect’s many trips to Japan, the Daiki seats are born out of Marcio Kogan’s deep passion for Japanese culture and are conceived as a real tribute to Japanese design.

The Daiki family includes armchairs with a deep seat, available both with and without armrests, and poufs.

Created using sophisticated wood crafting techniques, the curved shell comprises two elements joined at a 45° angle, with a sloping backrest that guarantees maximum comfort. In palisander Santos or flamed ash veneer with Liquorice colour stain, the shell offers a snug fit for the cushions, and sits on a metal frame with legs in a Black-Nickel finish.

In the version with leather upholstery, the cushions are quilted with stitching and seams, while the fabric version only features stitching. Daiki offers a design that also explores and reinterprets the American Mid-Century atmospheres in its bold, simple lines, precious materials and balanced proportions.

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