Design: Jacco Bregonje
A rejection of the ‘rational square boxes’ that dominated furniture design before the advent of Charles and Ray Eames and Verner Panton, the Divina armchair uses soft, sculptural contours to mimic the reposing form of the human body. The furniture provide a simple ‘tabletop’ for the portable technology that now seems to follow us everywhere. Just as the spaces inside our homes may have become less defined, as work space often morphs into leisure space, the design of the Divina -fluid in form and function- is intended to accomodate both the passive and active behavior of its users.
(curator of Architecture and Design SFMOMA)
SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Arts)
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
ADAM (Brussels Design Museum)
‘New Dutch Design Classic’ Yksi/Vitra 2004
The Divina is available in various versions:
Molded polyurethane foam with internal metal structure which can be upholstered in a variety of fabrics and leathers (not removable). The armrest can be loaded up to a weight of 30 kg.
A special designed rotating base gives the comfort to turn 360 degrees.
PET and KID
100% polyethylene (LDPE) made through rotation molding process. Recyclable, sustainable, thermal shock resistant and UV stabilized.
Suitable for indoor as well as for outdoor use. Available in our standard palette of 10 colors. Other colors on request.
100% polyethylene (LDPE) with an unique lacquer layer. Available on request from a selection of RAL colors.
100% polyethylene (LDPE) with an exclusive metallised layer. Available in Gold, Silver and Gunmetal.
Ecopixel®, composed of 100% recycled polyethylene (LDPE) that is assuring sustainability at all levels. Ecopixel® is a recycled material and can be customized to a mix based on real-time material availability which makes every chair unique.
Designer : Jacco Bregonje
Colors : Download color chart
Brochure : Download here
3D files : Download here
Award : ‘New Dutch Design Classic’ - Yksi 2004
Museum collection :
SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum Of Modern Arts)
Vitra Design Museum (Wheil am Rhein – Germany)
Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam - The Netherlands)
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