ESNE Escuela universitaria de diseño, innovación y tecnología
The designers of TÖEI wanted to create a space for rest and escapism, which led to them an architectural shape that forms a cocoon around whoever is sitting inside. Its structure is formed by slats of timber that are precisely dovetailed together at a 45 degree angle to give the chair strength and durability. American tulipwood was the timber of choice. Because of its overall strength properties relative to its weight, tulipwood lends itself well to the lightweight design of the chair. Varying tones between the heartwood and sapwood adds character to the piece.