Products in the KeSa Collection are available in a set of fabric 'colourways', designed and produced by textile designer Padmaja Krishnan.The blue/grey colourway seen in the image above is called KeSa Indigo.
The fabric used for the KeSa collection is an up-cycled 'Patchwork Textile' - created through an intense process of collecting discarded fabric scraps, arranging them with care into specific patterns and sewing them one piece at a time by hand, and then by machine. The process of stitching and making enough fabric for a single chair takes several weeks of work and is done entirely by women artisans in Padmaja's workshop in Mumbai.
Each chair we make in this collection will be truly unique, even though they belong to a specific 'colourway' created by Padmaja.
A special wood finish called P1 Black has been developed to complement the KeSa Indigo Colourway. P1 Black wood finish is achieved by a process that involves hand-applying layers of black stain on the wood, followed by light brushing with a steel brush and applying a final layer of hard wax oil.
H 30.8 78.0 / D 33.1 84.0 / W 27.8 70.5
The Upholstered Easy Armchair/ KeSa Indigo is available in the Indigo 'patchwork' cotton fabric and the P1 Black wood finish.
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