Awesome Him & Her Chairs by Fabio Novembre Like Adam and Eve- Wednesday, October 3rd 2012.
Do like the curves of your body and want to sit in a chair that will do them justice? Him & Her Chairs by Fabio Novembre crafted and sculpted around the female and male forms. The Him & Her Chairs from Italian designer Fabio Novembre are unique anatomically-shaped chairs that take the waist-down form of a man and a woman. Like Adam and Eve, these seats are “naked but they feel no shame.” Crafted from polyethylene, it is also suitable for outdoor use. Comfort is sitting on a sheet of molded plastic that rides up one’s butt crack. Fabio Novembre found inspiration for his curvaceous seating from a biblical passage from Genesis: The Lord God crafted man from the earth and blew into him the breath of life and man was alive.
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Him & Her Chairs by Fabio Novembre are produced by Casamania and are available in several colors. Colors in matt polyethylene: white, black, red. Colors in glossy varnished polyethylene: white, grey, black, brown, beige, yellow, orange, red, violet, sky blue, and light green. While you might not feel as free as the nude models running on the beach in the Him & Her Chairs promotional images, you’ll still find them a seriously seductive piece of home decor. Their shapes were created using a 3 dimensional scan of 2 plaster sculptures.
Available in two different finishes: matt polyethylene, mass-dyed rotation molded and in glossy varnished polyethylene. They assume sculpted forms like naked models of seduction but they feel no shame. It’s an essential piece of furniture for any man’s residence. Now the chair has become more “honest”: put a transparent version under the name Trans Her. The glass like model is created using rotational molding technology combined with transparent polycarbonate. I appreciate art just as much as the next person, sometimes even more so than average I think, and although these “Him” and “Her” chairs by Fabio Novembre are definitely interesting, there’s just something about them that make me think wow.