The Sella chair is the most exclusive piece of furniture in a person's living space. It is modern yet simple in design, effortlessly enhancing any setting such as the living room, dining area, office, gym, playroom, or any other space. Designed in a modern style, it adapts well to various home arrangements. Sella complements dining tables or multiple tables in a dining area that need a fresh touch. Alternatively, it can serve as spare seating for guests. Its clean aesthetics make it suitable for both formal and informal environments. The chair is a perfect blend of style and functionality. Its construction is user-friendly, with the sides connected to the front and back hidden within its legs, providing additional strength and stability. Manufactured from 25mm wooden board, the cut parts are assembled using screws, making it easy to assemble without the need for glue. Rounded corners and gentle curves ensure comfortable and soothing seating. The bottom of the legs is equipped with rubber pads to prevent floor scratches. It is easy to maintain, requiring regular dusting or the use of standard furniture cleaner. All screws are countersunk and integrated into the design.


The Ziba recliner, constructed from curved plywood, oak seat and backrest elements, and strips of recycled rubber (or other recycled elastic material), symbolizes an island and a corner where the user can take a break. It's a sort of cradle for the adult. It represents a modern interpretation of a cradle and an artificially assembled human nest, which is both comfortable and unique. The recliner emphasizes the warmth and homeliness of wood, as we touch wood wherever we come into contact with it. Privacy is also emphasized in the recliner, as we are in a sort of divided space defined by a circle. The recliner provides the user with various sitting positions while ensuring that even when resting, we make small movements, sway, and in a way, "float" embraced by the wooden support. This maintains better circulation throughout the body, relieving the body alternately and as evenly as possible. Therefore, the recliner is more attractive, interesting, and more ergonomic than recliners designed only as deep seats or as beds. We control our own balance, so we are not entirely passive in our rest, thus avoiding discomfort. The seat and backrest are designed to provide support on the left and right sides, while the spine remains relatively free, avoiding pressure on the recliner with exposed bone areas.


Creating and designing a wooden chair always presents a real challenge in the structural aspect of the task, and this design is no exception. This is an arrow-shaped chair, constructed to connect its center with the front legs and armrests. It can be made using CNC technology and is crafted from 3/4" thick wood with a T-shaped profile, tapered with a trapezoidal cut. Its structure is lightweight and meets all ergonomic requirements, such as rounded corners on the seat and backrest. It is very comfortable and straightforward to manufacture. "There are no limits to what two minds can create..."