The idea of PK8 armchair came up during the renovation of a waiting room of Kobylka's family clinic.
The project had as premise to transform the environment with just a few interventions, with the purpose of reducing labor, costs and residues.
The main feature of the room was the lack of lighting. New electrical installations would generate more expenses and dirt on the construction site.
From there, thre creation of a hybrid furniture was born.
The upholstery structure runs through the entire furniture and culminates with the insertion of a lamp. Its height can be adjusted by a flower-shaped handle.
In order to attend other needs, the armchair structure has a small turntable and a side hook, where you can hang bags and coats.
Photos: Renan Klippel