Designed by Foster+Partners, Industrial Design Studio, Cordoba is an armchair that combines design, precision and environmental responsibility. Roomy and welcoming, the oak wood frame recalls Nordic precision and an oriental spirit, through an almost primordial combination that reveals accoutrements of absolute quality. In the legs, armrests and seat elements, the section changes according to function, reducing to a minimum that accommodates technical requirements, provides comfort and ensures an aesthetic devoted to lightness. The back and seat are made of thick leather, either smooth or embossed, which can be easily removed to allow for convenient maintenance and to be able to separate all materials when needed. This choice represents the desire to move in the direction of increasingly responsible design.
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Foster+Partners Industrial Design Studio
Foster+Partners is a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability, which was founded over fifty years ago in 1967 by Norman Foster. Since then, he and the team around him have established an international practice with a worldwide reputation for thoughtful and pioneering design, working as a single studio that is both ethnically and culturally diverse. The studio integrates the skills of architecture with several other disciplines in a collegiate working environment that is similar to a compact university. These diverse skills make us capable of tackling a wide range of projects, particularly those of considerable complexity and scale.
The practice has never drawn a distinction between architecture and industrial design. The point of contact, the thing that you touch, is as important as the broader vision. The industrial design team established in 1980, has developed a wide range of products from door handles to wind turbines; from a fountain pen to the cabin of an executive jet; from a tap to the fit-out of an ocean yacht. Frequently, products are designed in response to a particular project, but we also work directly with clients on product commissions or with companies to develop new products for commercial manufacture.