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Jai Jalan was born in 1980 in Canada. With a Master of Arts in Design, he was a graphic designer for Blossom Graphics India from 1997-2005. During that time, he worked on car designs for Alfa Romeo Centro Stile Alfa 8C and Alfa 147 GTA and for Fiat 500 Trepino.
"I love sketching, I love dreaming and I realize what I fantasize. There's one thing that I've learned from life - "if you want to do something, nothing can stop you". I have this burning desire to learn, and learn more. Always enthusiastic about the world around me. Give me a camera, a torch or just a piece of paper - with a pencil, and I'll be lost in my imagination. Creativity - is all a question of spontaneity; so I just keep in tune and let it flow."
2006 Young&Design International award, Milan for Tuliss 2008 Young&Design International award, Milan for Eli 2009 Young&Design International award, Milan for Lacoon 2011 Young&Design International award, Milan for Tify
Seat Height: 15.5"
Overall: 71" W x 61" D x 35" H
Upholstered in Grey Vegas Fabric
(3) 16" x 16" Pillows in Grey Vegas Fabric
(2) 17" x 21" Pillows in Pearl Grid-Lined Dommel Fabric
(2) 21" x 17" Pillows in Pearl Grid-Lined Dommel Fabric
Matte Black Painted Swivel Metal Base
Removable Fabric Cover
Design by Jai Jalan
Other colors and fabrics available by Special Order through our Stores
Made in Italy
Metal and Wood Frame
Fire-Retardant Structure Padding in Cold-Foamed Polyurethane with Polyester Fiber Bonded with Velveteen.
Fire-Retardant Seat Cushions with Foamed Polyurethane E40 and Feather Fill in a Feather-Proof Fabric Cover.
Back Cushions: Feathers and Polyester Fiber in a Feather-Proof Fabric Cover
Vegas Grey Fabric
55% Viscose/45% Cotton
Weaving of this fabric is such that it creates a changeable, iridescent effect. The look is produced by forcing the pile in a single direction by applying heavy pressure. Shade variation from panel to panel, marks and lines are characteristics of this fabric and are not considered to be a defect.
Its seat has a dynamic, unstructured shape that dates back to the 1950s and has survived many historical periods and fashions. The version that has reached us today is perfectly up-to-date, beautifully harmonizing with the contemporary style of any place devoted to hospitality.