Anthropomorphic chair designed by Sergio Gill. It resembles a reclining female figure. Gill used a software program that scanned the female body, then translated it into another stylizing software program called AlphaCAM. Finally, Gill used a birch plywood model with a tung oil furniture finish.
Batilo chair-sculpture: Gaudí has not gone unnoticed by Bd which was the first company to rescue them from history by embarking on their serial production using traditional art and craft techniques and the same materials –varnished solid oak– in order to reproduce all the rich detail displayed by the originals when they were first produced. Solid varnished oak. (RM) 47x52x74H.cm Design: Antoni Gaudí Year: 1906