Chair with stove enamelled or polished aluminium structure; shell with armrests in polyurethane TECH® with inner cushion upholstered in Camira® or Kvadrat® fabric or in Pelle Frau® leather.
Eugeni Quitllet loves exploring the very essence of objects, revealing their inner soul in an unusual and intense vision. This is certainly the case with elle. Elegant and comfortable, it has been created by combining different materials. It has an angled and sensual design, with a sensation of dynamism created by the slight forward inclination of its base. The thin join between the shell and the structure creates a flowing and continuous movement. The chair features a number of small but effective ergonomic devices thereby ensuring a high standard of comfort.
Born in Ibiza in 1972, where he studied design at the institute of art. In 1996, after achieving a diploma in interior architecture and design from “La Llotja” art school in Barcelona, he began his career by working on installations for cultural organisations, such as the Joan Mirò Foundation. He also created ephemeral objects and spaces during the “Primavera Del Disseny” design biennial (1997, 1999, 2001). In 2001 he met Philippe Starck in Formentera, and they soon went on to develop a strong partnership. They have designed numerous projects together, including the Home/Gym/Office collection (2009) and the to ‘taime coat stand (2011). For Alias, he has designed the elle seating collection (2012) and tabu (2014). He currently lives and works in Paris.