Three-Dimensional Rama Armchair by Arik Levy


is an architectural, three-dimensional seating piece whose subtle folds and faceted surface reference origami and the Japanese art of paper folding. Designed by for . The company cooperates closely with Dutch and international designers, such as Ben van Berkel, Robert Bronwasser, , Björn Mulder and Mario Ruiz. They all share the typical Palau signature while preserving their distinct style.



Rama is composed of a series of plane surfaces juxtaposed in space side by side, creating an endless and smooth form — a sort of intimate, personal alcove. The armchair is composed of a double-skin construction that has an external layer of comfort giving it a dynamic look, thus making it easy to integrate into a contemporary, or classic interior. Without compromising coziness and function, Rama has a swivel base that offers additional flexibility; and maintains an appearance that is non-invasive, but sculptural and elegant.