Relyquia it's a brand beyond shoes and fashion items. We develop other products that call your attention and we are gathering everything you desire:
Nature, Treasure and Soul
What we really want is to offer a new experience on Luxury Lifestyle. Incorporating certain interests, attitude and ways of being, Relyquia embrasses a lifestyle, presenting you contents and products that you wish. Keeping your own expression, we believe that our products reinforce your identity, and your life vision.
Relyquia Furniture | An Eternal Piece - CHAYR
With a large background, the chair has been reinvented under a lot of shapes...
Mainly supported by the four legs and a back, there are in fact some exceptions. In other times synonymous for big values like status or dignity, contrary to the current common use, the chair is still extensively used as the emblem of authority.
Without trying to “reinvent the wheel”, we are respecting the creation of a simple and functional African chair. With a wide range of possibilities, Relyquia is already preparing new options and solutions that complete this product. Attending to the brand profile, we couldn't stop consider the rhombus shape and ally it to the diamonds and luxury concept always involved.
Easy to clean, assemble and storage, the CHAYR gathers the functionality of an essential object and the authenticity of a design piece created by ancestors masters. Totally opposite from the common base with four legs, this wooden smooth surface chair has a leaning seat. To use it, you only need to insert the seat in the back slot. To clean use a dry fabric and scour gently.
In 2001, Steven Man exhibited a chair sculpture at San Francisco Art Institute. This particular chair “SEAT SALE” was developed with a special device that retracted spikes when visitors passed their credit cards, so the seat license could be released. Due to a database connection, some people could have a free sitting session. In 1997, the swiss artist Daniel Berset developed with Louis Genéve, The Broken Chair. It has 5.5 tons of wood and about 12 meters high. It's a giant chair with a broken leg and stands out across the street around the Palace of Nations at Genève. It symbolises opposition to land mines and cluster bombs, and acts as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva. In Odessa, there's a monument called 12th Chair, dedicated to Ilf and Petrov, famous authors of the novel “Twelve Chairs”. The monument was opened on April 1st, 1999 and it's a little chair that is placed on the marble pedestal. Near the chair there is a suitcase that belongs to Ostap Beder and on the back of the chair you can read the most famous expressions from the novel: “How much for opium for the people?”, “Kissia and Ossia were here”, and others. There is also a phrase written on the pedestal “Citizens of Odessa – Ilf and Petrov”.
Also the Japanese designer, Tokujin Yoshioka has created several chairs as art forms such as:
Honey-comb paper chair (2001)