Jacco Bregonje designer of Patch Knit One Chair for Artifort
Jacco Bregonje was born in The Netherlands in 1964 where he studied architecture and design. In 1992 he relocated to Italy where he helped one year in Milan and for 8 years at the Design-Center of Whirlpool Europe. As senior style supervisor he triggered the critical project 'Macrowave'(2000) which has become one of one of the most crucial approaches what concerns technology for Whirlpool at global degree. Later on he chose to enlarge his professional range and established in 2001 'bid' (Bregonje Industrial Design) as he believes that the part of the developer is to be the generalist within a project-team of experts. He has received different global honors and joined various worldwide exhibits. His jobs has actually been published in many essential publications and special literature. The SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art) chosen in 2003 his chair 'Divina'(Felicerossi) for their permanent collection. He is energetic in the field of critical & commercial layout for worldwide low and sophisticated industries.Patch Knit One ChairThe really distinct function of this style is the excellent suitable cover, a three-dimensional one-piece weaved. It's as if the chairs were wearing a close-fitting sweater that completely emphasizes every curve. It's an interesting design with the cover adhering to the natural lines of the layer and yet there is no visible stitching and not a drop of glue was throughed.Magnolia ChairThe fauteuil is inspired by the columns of the '30th Glaspaleis. The metal base echoes the mathematic construction of the natural form of the seat. Magnolia is an interaction in between vacant and full, challenging and soft.