Jesús Gasca, the founder of STUA, and his son Jon Gasca, have created the new STUA design: Libera armchair.
The visual character of Libera comes from its wooden frame, where the legs are connected with the arms in a fluid way. The designers have worked the wood material with liberty, as if it was a liquid. Using contemporary technology the wooden surfaces are now tactile and organic. Libera has also a surprising comfort achieved by the use of new elastic materials.
Following the quote of Mies Van Der Rohe “God is in the details” the frame of Libera has a classic shape, with details enhanced thought the use of state-of-the-art technology.
The result is an armchair with a resounding silhouette and a great ergonomy. Another new classic in the STUA collection.
DESIGNERS: Jesús Gasca & Jon Gasca
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Jon Gasca was born in San Sebastian, he got his degree as industrial Engineer. He has been following the design line that Jesus Gasca the founder of STUA started many years ago. Jon works as designer and art director for STUA furniture company.
For STUA he has edited the books "A Simple Way", "Travel Journal" and he oversees all graphic design for the company.
In addition, he is designs the exhibition stands for STUA at trade fairs worldwide and designed the interiors of the STUA showrooms.
A different part of his work is devoted to the contemporary photography and more specifically to abstraction.
You can see his works in: www.jongasca.com
Jon Gasca is the editor of several blogs:
STUA blog: stuablog.blogspot.com
Jon Gasca photoblog: jongasca.tumblr.com
Love Spain blog: love-spain.es
Timeless Design blog: stua.tumblr.com
Contemporary Art blog: contemporary-art-blog.com