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Odyssey Armchair

Designer:
Eugeni Quitllet
Brand:
BD Barcelona
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Odyssey is an out-of-this world armchair designed by Eugeni Quitllet for BD. The meeting of earth-bound ergonomic forms, comfort and imaginative flight of fancy. 

Odyssey could be described as autobiographical. Reflecting the journey from the designer’s native Ibiza to explore the nature of Space through his eclectic oeuvre. An expression of gravity-defying seating that envelops the human body. Its kinetic and sculptural qualities come together in a fluid silhouette. The adjustable headrest and tilting mechanism together with the curved forms recall futuristic Science Fiction.

Small headrest
75 x 81 x h.107 cm
30 x 32 x h.42 inch

Large headrest
75 x 81 x h.111 cm
30 x 32 x h.44 inch

Odyssey is an out-of-this world armchair designed by Eugeni Quitllet for BD. The meeting of earth-bound ergonomic forms, comfort and imaginative flight of fancy. 

Odyssey could be described as autobiographical. Reflecting the journey from the designer’s native Ibiza to explore the nature of Space through his eclectic oeuvre. An expression of gravity-defying seating that envelops the human body. Its kinetic and sculptural qualities come together in a fluid silhouette. The adjustable headrest and tilting mechanism together with the curved forms recall futuristic Science Fiction.

Small headrest
75 x 81 x h.107 cm
30 x 32 x h.42 inch

Large headrest
75 x 81 x h.111 cm
30 x 32 x h.44 inch

Designer

Eugeni Quitllet

Eugeni Quitllet is a Catalan designer. Born the 17th April 1972. He uses industrial design and creativity to shape new realities and an optimistic idea of the future.

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Brand

BD Barcelona

BD Barcelona Design is the Spanish company with the highest international prestige in design. What, in its foundation in 1972 was an expression of almost insolent rebellion by a group of young, unsatisfied architects, soon became a productive philosophy with a mission to break moulds, even commercial ones.

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