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Chair Loulou, Black Oak Veneer

by Shin Azumi

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The Loulou chair was created by Japanese designer Shin Azumi in 2018 for COEDITION. The shape is very contemporary and reflects the designer's Japanese sensibility. The Loulou Chair, with its geometrical shapes, is sleek, elegant and trendy. It is stackable and versatile. It comes in multiple combinations with three different seats available (natural, white or black oak veneer) and three legs options (chrome or black or white lacquered metal). This chair will find its place in dining rooms as well as in working spaces.

COEDITION is curating a collection of modern and creative French furniture from internationally acclaimed designers, with a focus on quality and know-how. The collections are made in Italy in state of the art factories. They are the result of exhaustive research, meticulous and diligent development and technical innovations. The products all share the characteristics of effortless sophistication. They are suitable for residential and commercial projects. Notable examples include the New Eiffel Tower chair designed for the Gustave Eiffel Pavilion and the Scala collection designed for the Rivea restaurant by Alain Ducasse in Las Vegas.

Chair Loulou in Black Oak Veneer by Shin Azumi for COEDITION
- Modern functional design
- Stackable
- Black Oak Veneer and Metal Structure
- H 32.7" x W 16.9" Seat Height 18.5"
- Minimum order quantity 2
- Made in Italy




Shin Azumi
Shin Azumi

Shin Azumi is a Japanese designer, born in 1965 in Kobe. He runs his own design studio in London “Studio A”. The design of Shin Azumi is characterized by clear and essential lines, seeking the perfect balance between idea, function, aesthetics and interactivity. Studio A’ s philosophy: “Observation is always the key to development. [...] After the distillation of the idea, the end result is often purified as a simple solution. [...] Functionality is the key to increasing the longevity of a design’s life. We look at physical functionality as well as the effect of psychological functionality. A design is complete when it is used by people.[...] Providing satisfactory, interactive quality is key to a successful design. We always try to create a maximum effect from a minimum solution.” His work is recognized throughout the world. He won multiple design awards, including several times the Good Design Award, JIDPO, Japan.