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Lukis armchair signed by Indonesian Abie Abdillah is an encounter between centuries-old tradition of rattan processing and contemporary design. A new perspective on the handicraft culture from Southeast Asia that is showing signs of a renewed environmental awareness. As a matter of fact rattan can be harvested in a sustainable manner due to its rapid growth, all its parts can be utilized and the steam-bending process makes production environmentally friendly. While rattan defines the seat base and backrest of Lukisarmchair, its structure is made of rubber wood, a tropical hardwood obtained by rubber trees. The outcome is a furniture element intended for indoor spaces, handmade with strong stems woven together with such accuracy and attention to details that makes you think of a high-technology industrial product.
The below listed finishing refer to the removable cushion which can be realized in the following fabrics: Canvas, Laser J, Umami and Umami 3.
I have a strong passion to explore my designs using rattan material started from my college years and still working with it ever since. The reason why I chose rattan is because rattan is actually a material that originally from Indonesia, where more than 80% of the worldwide needs are from the country own resources. But yet, despite all the prospects, unfortunately our rattan industries here are facing significant challenges. Due to the lack of interest by the consumers to use rattan furniture that partly...