The VVD Chair is designed by Belgian architect and designer Vincent Van Duysen. The driving force in Van Duysen’s work has been the relationship he cherishes between architecture, interior and product design. You can see the subtle transitions between all of these disciplines in his projects, realised in combination with a spatial design that constantly aims for the essence. He describes his architectural language as something that embraces aesthetics while resisting passing trends and fashion.
Base Black laquered
Side profile Black laquered
Arm rests black anodised or titanium colour anodised
Seat fabric Multiple fabrics available
Bulo believes that change and evolution are inevitable. In today’s world, the boundaries between workspace and home have become blurred. Offices are integrating home and there are hospitality elements in the workplace landscape. Homes are now equipped with office components allowing ways of working from home and changing the characterisation of work to be less conventional and more fluid and mobile.
Moreover, confidence in people making their own aesthetic and ergonomic choices has grown, and when factoring in progress in science and technology, the change escalated. Bulo welcomes this change and views it as a challenge to broaden its design horizons and inspire innovation.