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Architect Marco Lavit is no stranger to furniture design — take, for instance, the wealth of singular pieces he has completed for high-profile galleries like Milan’s Nilufar. His latest work, the Lemni chair for Living Divani, however, is an exception to this “collectibles only” rule. The designer’s first commercial product, the chair is composed of four semicircles rotated to form both the seat and the base; the resulting structure creates the lemniscate curve (or infinity sign) that gives the object its name. In addition to exhibiting a different profile from each angle, Lemni provides the comfort and casual cool of a hammock with the appeal of a timeless showpiece. Azure caught up with Lavit to learn more about how this sleek,...

Marco Lavit’s Lemni Chair was Made to Last

How the designer crafted Living Divani’s latest contemporary yet timeless launch.

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