Ronin is a collection full of contradictions and oppositions.
The armchair rests on an exposed, steel frame comprising a well-fitted soft mattress.
Piotr Kuchciński has accurately matched the cold and raw geometry of the seat with a not immediately apparent vision of comfort and cosiness. Yet, the two oppositions form a consistent piece. To further enhance the user's comfort, the armchair comes with a footrest and a bolster roller headrest with a weight, serving as an adjustable headrest. Both of them can be finished in a completely different way, thus creating a combination of colours and textures that offers countless configuration opportunities.
By choosing the right colour for the frame, the armrest veneer, the leather and the fabric, you can create a toned-down piece that will be a perfect fit for a classical, minimalistic interior, or conversely an intriguing mixture of colours that will clearly stand out in a modernist space.
He is the author of most of NOTI collections: Palo, Paxt, Ronin, Daaz, Serif, Muse, Mishell, Manta, Rosco, Sosa, Mula, Linar plus, Clapp, King, Tritos, x40, Belem, Rotor, Ingram, Compli.