Evangelos Vasileiou is revisting the 1950s with his very appropriately named Humphrey armchair, which is just as classically chiselled as the face of the famous actor.
Accompanied by its footrest it becomes a chaise lounge. The design of the Humphrey armchair asserts certain modernity and a place in time. The two massive volumes of the seat float in the air, suspended from a slim, elegant structure, a gesture like the pen stroke of a calligrapher. To the steel wire and fabric of the seat, a third material is added on the armrest; solid sculpted wood, a noble welcoming material which functions like a punctuation mark to the fluid writing of the structure.