Looking at form, material and appearance from different perspectives resulted in a series of seating furniture (Max Le Belge, Alu Zetel, Jo), from basic to very comfortable. Proportions, massiveness and form all change along with the viewpoint. Front, back and side of each piece may even contradict one another. Nothing is merely what it seems to be at first sight.
Almost every bedroom houses, besides the bedside table, a chair that serves as a valet. By adding a back to the bed side table or a drawer underneath the chair seat, both pieces of furniture are mutated into Max Le Belge, who is cumulating the functions of the bedroom chair, the valet stand and the bedside table.
Max Le Belge is a design from the beginning of Casimir’s career, a time when he still named all his designs. Referring to the vase Max Le Chinois by Philippe Starck, Casimir baptised his chair Max Le Belge and dedicated it at the same time to his first son, Max.
Dimensions: 44 x 40 x 80,5 cm
Option: Without drawer