The Almora armchair designed by Doshi Levien has been awarded the title of “Interior Innovation Award – Best of Best 2015” granted by the Jury of the 2015 Interior Innovation Award - organised by the German Design Council for Imm Cologne
Dedicated to relaxation, this revolving chair is composed of two conical glass fibre shell: a seat that joins the base and a backrest. The headrest is a curved piece of oak wood, padded on the inside that stems outwardly from the backrest. It is a chair that stands out for the balanced composition of the various elements, materials and leather upholstery - with the option of merino wool for the headrest.
Doshi Levien is an internationally acclaimed design studio founded by designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien. Nipa grew up in India and studied design at the national institute of design, founded on the manifesto by Charles and Eay Eames. Jonathan trained in fine cabinet making followed by industrial design. They met at the royal college of art and have been working together for over 10 years in their London studio. Nipa and Jonathan bring together many worlds in their work. Nipa’s approach is rooted in her plural upbringing and astute eye for visual culture.