Dezeen Showroom: French designer Patrick Norguet has created the Sova Lounge chair for Bosnian furniture company Zanat, which the brand describes as a “uniquely bold and comfortable armchair with strong character”.
The armchair features a solid wood frame available in a choice of maple, walnut or oak, and the seat and back cushions can be upholstered in a range of fabric and leather options.
The chair takes its name from the Bosnian word for owl, which Zanat chose to symbolise how the piece is made for relaxation and quiet thought.
“Sova means owl in Bosnian, and it was chosen to describe a piece designed for daydreaming and thoughts of wisdom which owls have come to symbolise,” said the brand.
According to Zanat, all the wood used in its products comes from private fruit orchards or sustainably managed forests.
In 2021 the brand committed to planting three new trees for every tree it uses in the production of its furniture.
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Author: Dezeen staff