In the early twentieth century artists tried to capture the vanguard futurist “movement” in their paintings and sculptures. Isadora duncan with her personal style dance tuned with these artists, but with the advantage of representing the movement with “movement” from her body. This idea had a resurgence in the 80s’ with “bolidism”, but this time it was an artistic movement that came to fruition especially around design.
Isadora armchair is a wingback chair that explores the types of nordic designs of the 50s’, but at the same time is imbued with that contained expression of movement that both futurists and bolidists sought. Its profile can remind us many things: espacila ship, the legs of an insect or even the limbs of a cat about to pounce on its prey. As the famous dancer this design is pure dance.