Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Designed by Saudi Arabian architect Ibrahim Nawaf Joharji from the firm of INJ Architects, the Ibra Chair is a piece of seating art inspired by a mixture of architectural, structural, and physical physics.
The chair is designed to revisit the symmetry and balance aspects of lumps and moving objects.
After studying the design, the ribbon bow rises from the ground to form a turn around the center of the seat.
The backrest is designed with a metal-striped base and is attached to its base by four vertical struts on both sides with the seating surface suspended between the two main straps.
The noticeable addition of an organic-shaped backrest that elegantly plays in the design language enhances the overall physical placements.
The Ibra Chair is a piece that takes design and language signals from a dynamic and sporty basis while remaining a meticulously fine salute to architecture.
Its details are inspired by great architecture and its contribution to the design is in the way the back of the chair forms the way a palace meets the back of the user in a distinct organic representation.
This representation of contemporary architecture becomes a detail of the design.
Project: The Ibra Chair
Architect: Ibrahim Nawaf Joharji