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  • Alex Tass

    The astonishing animal chairs of Maximo Riera #home #decor

  • Handi Mandi

    Spanish designer Maximo Riera likes to design chairs that exhibit animal forms. The designer’s Rhino Chair, Walrus Chair and Octopus Chair, part of the Animal Chair collection, are equally interesting mainly because of the unexpected nature (no pun intended) of the chairs’ forms. The series of three sculptural furniture pieces retain the vitality of the animals which they represent – Riera ensured the animals’ biology and appearances were as realistic as possible.

  • Mingei International Museum

    Two words. Octopus Chair. Via flirtingwithutopia: The Animal Chair Collective, Maximo Riera “Animal Chair lives on the border between the rigid world of science and the versatility of art, capturing the splendor of nature and stressing that the relationship between man and animal, can be natural and harmonious.” #plsbeseated

  • Prim Chanyavichirt

    Designed by Maximo Riera. The octopus chair, the unique sculptural chair design can be used as a wonderful furniture of any interior. Designer itself are want to reflect and capture the beauty of nature and animal kingdom.

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