The Pudica Chair is a simple, minimalist metal chair that is more than it seems. Designed by Pedro Paulo Venzon, the chair is a merging of two different styles—the rationalist style of the early 20th century and the Brazilian colonial experience. The extreme simplicity and economy of the chair echo these two styles, making it more than just a simple object. Its smooth curves, pleasing shapes, and geometric angles create a polished look that helps it fit in any space.
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