From the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven the Ztista Chair by Faina Design

Ztista is the chair relying on the principles of craftsmanship

The Ztista chair by Ukrainian designer Victoriya Yakusha

The Ztista collection includes artisanal chairs, handcrafted as in the past but using contemporary materials, such as recycled clay, steel and paper, flaw, straw. These materials give life to a series of long-lasting and precious objects, characterized by a refined and solid design.

The materials used for this collection by Faina Design range from recycled metal to cellulose, from clay to wood

The goal of Ukrainian designer Victoriya Yakusha, Faina, creator of the Ztista seating collection, is to create long-lasting objects, while preserving the artisanal traditions of her native country. The result is a collection of imperfect chairs whose shape is undefined yet unique as they are manufactured one by one.

Ztista’s frame is made of recycled steel overlaid with a coating that prevents corrosion

Ztista was presented for first time in Eindhoven during the Dutch Design Week (19-27 October 2019) in the Kazerne creative hub. [Text Anguilla Segura]

Each Ztista chair is unique since they are modeled one by one

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