Walter Knoll Rumi - 07


An armchair reminiscent of a dancing dervish. Rumi was given its name because of its curves and flowing lines. The expanses of the side chair spread out, smiling and lightweight like the floating garments of the oriental dancers. Apparently floating over the delicate framework made of tubular steel. The link between tradition and modernity – as sought-after today as it was when Rumi made its début in 1961.


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Sadi Ozis (1923-2012) was one of the foremost designers of Turkish modernity. The designer, painter and sculptor was the first to develop modern furniture in Turkey.

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