Critz ResidenceContemporary Living Room, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
I am totally stealing this description from SallyTV: "The UP5 is the chair, the UP6 is the ottoman. It's also known as "Donna." It was designed in 1969 by Gaetano Pesce (da man!) for C&B Italia (Cassina & Busnelli). It's now produced by B&B Italia."
This chair and ottoman are EVERYWHERE all of the sudden.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
This is an example of variety because it involves multiple principles of design. There is emphasis through the red colors among the neutral colors. There is transition through the curved lines of the red objects. There is opposition through the wall structures. There is asymmetrical balance due to the use of a couch on one side of the room and another seating arrangement on the other side of the room.
Rhythm- Unity Unity is when everything in the room is working together to create one corroborating piece. In this piece we have a mixture of red curves and straight edges along with black and white straight edges with a touch of curves. Together in the right amount the living room works together and forms, you guessed it, unity.