This Chair Was Designed Specifically For Cigar Aficionados – Design You Trust

This Chair Was Designed Specifically For Cigar Aficionados


Chilean architect, Rodrigo Gonzalez, together with German lawyer, Alexander Sauer, conceived the idea of creating a smoker’s armchair for El Purista. The armchair is made of molded beech and walnut wood, and offers the cigar aficionado a personal retreat to relax, smoke, and enjoy.

h/t: contemporist. Photographs © by Nina Reuter.


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