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Cartagenas Reina chair

A new dramatic statement piece joins the Cartagenas collection by Sebastian Herkner: the Reina Cocoon chair. Featuring a strong colour contrast and an oval-shaped, protective roof, the chair brings vibrancy and a touch of eccentricity to any outdoor space. Part throne, part beach chair, the piece will stand out on any poolside terrace, balcony or in the garden.‘Its unique character and bold colours make Reina a stunning eye-catcher’, Sebastian says about his creation. 

This collection is an ode to Cartagena, the lively coastal metropolis on Colombia's Caribbean coas90tic melting-pot, where Colombia’s diverse ethnic communities live side-by-side, creating a city landscape where various cultural backgrounds merge with each other. ‘The Reina cocoon chair works as a stand-alone accent piece. It’s a perfect place for escaping and relaxing by oneself. By combining multiple models to a seating group, you can create an enticing setting for engaged conversations’, he adds. 

The chair's name, Reina (Spanish for 'queen'), is another tribute to the city of Cartagena. In November, during the Fiestas Novembrinas, the people of Cartagena celebrate the country's independence with a lively carnival, parading the statues of pre-colonial Kings and Queens through the streets. The cocoon chair is available in five colour variations, including contrasting and monochrome versions.

PVC strings made from recycled plastic Galvanized and powder coated tubular steel frame tubular steel frame

Material (Natural)
Wicker from Bejuco roots Galvanized and powder coated tubular steel frame

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Dimensions (imperial)
H 61 x W 35.43 x D 32.4 inches
Seat Height: 16.92 inches
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Sebastian Herkner was born in Bad Mergentheim in 1981. He studied product design at HfG Offenbach am Main, and already focused on designing objects and furniture merging various cultural contexts during his studies. In 2006 he founded his own studio for objects, interior design and exhibition design in Offenbach am Main.

Today, Sebastian Herkner works for international companies, designs furniture and lamps, porcelain and glass, and also curates and stages exhibitions dealing with design. His success is already reflected in numerous awards and prizes, among them the 2011 German Design Award in the Newcomer category and the 2015 EDIDA Elle Decoration International Design Award as Best International Newcomer. Most recently, Sebastian Herkner was appointed guest of honour at imm Cologne 2016 to present his concept for “Das Haus – Interiors on Stage”.

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