Armchairs and Chairs
Jojo’s armchairs and Chairs are made from various metals – mostly iron and stainless steel. After the assembly and welding stage, the armchairs undergo a painting process in a kiln using semi-transparent color powders that Jojo imports especially from Italy. The various hues of the metal and natural blackened streaks created by the welding heat are distinguishable through the lustrous glazing.
While the chairs are produced using many unique methods, indubitably, the most interesting technique of all, is that of inflating with water pressure. what commenced as a hitch in the manufacture of an agricultural machine became the artist’s unique and inventive technique and a major factor in his entry into the world of design. Immediately after this “mishap,” Jojo designed the YONG armchair. (Year 1998)
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The “Water prssure” technique enabled Jojo freedom of movement when designing his armchairs and full control over each choice made during the armchair “sculpture’ stage. Jojo succeeds in upgrading the greatness of an artist for creating an item with the qualities of a particular material and converting it into unexpected, attractive, inviting and comfortable designer furniture. The combination of a comfortable appearance of an inviting sofa and the metallic material from which it was produced is especially transferred successfully in the Rock armchair.