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Taiga Hard Chair

Chaos and order are two absolutely different worlds but they are part of each other. Chaos is ordered, order is chaotic. All depends on the point of view.

The collection of chairs Taiga consists of three modifications: hard, medium and light. All the chairs are different in manufacturing but they are united by philosophy.

Promosedia International Design Competition, Italy, honorable mention.


The international exhibition of chairs - PROMOSEDIA – is the only event of this sort. In 2005 the exhibition took place for the 28th time.

The exhibition program is accompanied by various actions: the Award "Top Ten Award ("Top Ten"), PROMOSEDIA INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION, its aim is to inspire and stimulate the ideas that can be put into practice. The participants have to show original and innovative approach to the creation of chairs, in justice to ergonomics, the choice of materials and the demands of mass production.

The participants have to present ideas for a chair for residential or contract usage (offices, cafes, etc.). The chair has to have a high percentage of wood. So, such objects like hammock-chairs, stools, benches, sofas and puffs cannot participate in the contest.

In 2005 for the first time for all history of international competition PROMOSEDIA INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION a Russian designer became the winner. Vadim Kibardin has been awarded a special prize of jury for a Taiga Chair which has been designed exclusively (that is a competition condition) for this event.

The designs of the winners were manufactured by the famous Italian furniture factories and became part of the exhibition. The award ceremony took place on the opening day of the exhibition.

Technical Details

 
Model
Chair
 
Year
2005
 
Design
Vadim Kibardin
 
Category
Furniture
 
Material
Wood
 
Color
Natural, transparent lacquer
 
Measurements
W450mm x D480mm x H900mm
 
Origin
Czech Republic
 
 
Recognition
The Taiga Hard Chair was awarded by an Honorable Mention of the Promosedia International Design Competition 2005.
 
 
 
 
The collection of Taiga Chairs was demonstrated on a SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide in Moscow 2005.