From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living
From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

The Susana chair is the reinterpretation of an urban furniture that is part of the traditional expression of the Yucatan: the "trust chair", composed of two chairs facing each other, designed for couples so that they could look at each other and talk intimately but at a distance

By adopting its original essence, the Susana chair adapts to the new conditions for inhabiting and reactivating public space by providing a place to rest and be close together in safety

From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

As a result of the current global health situation, cities are trying to adapt in order to continue living and are trying to redefine the use of public spaces so that citizens can continue to enjoy them. They are moving activities outdoors by organizing them with parameters that ensure a safe distance between people

From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

The structure of the chair permits a flexible configuration that adapts to every change by having different possible dispositions and being suitable for all places in the city: parks, streets or even in the interiors of buildings by being able to adapt to attitudes and recommended uses and regulations that, today, often and quickly change

From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

Its structure, made of solid oak and curved wood panels, makes it a light element with personality that dialogues with the public space. A contribution to the city, to its systems of operation and to the new dynamics that determine more flexible styles of daily life facilitated by a city adapted to the needs of its residents

From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

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