After the success of La Norestense at the beginning of the year, our collaboration with Los Patrones continues with the presentation of Felix, a sofa designed by Christian Vivanco designed as a piece of contemporary furniture for various uses, both indoors and outdoors.
Origins of Felix.
In its release version, Felix is presented as an armchair with a pergola composed of two interconnected arches, which helps to divide the outer space of the interior without sacrificing visibility.
Felix is inspired by architectural languages used in Mexico during the 50's, where paraboloid structures and the arches defined the country's identity in a strong and modern way. This link to the past brings to Felix a classic but contemporary identity, in which the forms respond to factors that are not only ornamental but functional in practical and symbolic terms.
Felix is part of a constant effort by Christian Vivanco to contribute to the strengthening of the Mexican design industry through collabs with Mexican companies, betting on a model where design is conceived, produced, marketed and consumed in Mexico, fostering a circular exercise that nourish and foster the development of our community.
Felix's design is defined to inhabit interior and exterior spaces in contexts as diverse as a home terrace, the lobby of a hotel, the public spaces of any office, the pool area of a sports club or the public park of any city of the world. Felix is flexible, adaptable and aware of the uses and habits of the people with whom they coexist.
Details about Félix.
Description: Armchair with pergola.
- Tubular steel 1.5 "and 3/8"
- Polyurethane foam
- 90 x 78 x 162 cm