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Joachim Froment from Futurewave


The In-layer Chairs, made by Joachim Froment from Futrewave, presents a refined and sophisticated seating solution. It showcases a minimalist design that effortlessly combines practicality with a touch of elegance. Crafted with precision, the chair's steel frame provides a solid foundation where its lightweight construction and stackable nature make it a versatile choice for various settings. An interesting feature of the In-layer Chair is its modular cover design, which allows for personalized expression. The seat, cut from a customisable fabric, effortlessly slips over the chair as a sleeve, ensuring easy maintenance and repair. By incorporating natural textiles and employing responsible manufacturing processes, the In-layer Chair embodies our commitment to sustainable design practices. Through the utilization of recycled materials, we strive to reduce our environmental impact while creating beautiful and functional furniture. The In-layer Chair offers a harmonious balance of functionality and style. Its understated design and long-lasting construction make it a timeless addition to any interior space. Discover the elegance and versatility of the In-layer Chair, a testament to meticulous craftsmanship and conscious design.

Bio : Joachim Froment is an awarded Belgian designer born in Brussels in 1993. Graduated from a Master degree at the Royal College of Art, he started to work as a designer and project manager for Skibsted Ideation in Copenhagen where he led projects for renowned furniture and transportation companies in Denmark such as Engelbrecths, Danfoss and Biomega. Since 2020, Joachim Froment founded with two other founders Futurewave, a creative product agency focusing on innovation in variant sector. He is the creative director in charge of the design team and participate in the product development, eco-innovation: exploration and environmental evaluation of alternative solutions (e.g. packaging, materials, technologies) and cross-functional support for Design, R&D, Marketing, Procurement, Communications and Sales.

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