Àdùnní (meaning ‘daughter of the sweet one’ in Yoruba), is a celebration of African Modernism.

The chair’s frame is made from Nigerian teak wood and is upholstered in two styles of the indigenous Yoruba textile Asò-oké. The front bears Asò-oké Gboro-gidi (solid) and behind Asò-oké Onja-wú ati iho (perforated), both hand-loomed in Nigeria.

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

The thoughtful material choices of the chair come together to stage a cele- bration of culture and art through furniture. The Àdùnní Chair is available in seven vibrant colours, each with a matching footstool. The colours are pupa féré (pink), osàn (orange), pón (yellow), pupa (red), elésè àlùkò (purple), ewé (green) and búlúù (blue).

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

As we formally launch the Àdùnní Chair, we are delighted to have Chidinma Ekile as our muse. Chidinma is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who rose to stardom in 2010 after winning the third season of Project Fame West Africa.

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

A celebration of African modernism through minimalist elegance

Ilé-Ilà, which means House of Lines, is a lifestyle Furniture line designed and handmade in Lagos, Nigeria. The brand focuses on period-conscious furniture with contemporary African content. Ilé-Ilà was created by Tosin Oshinowo, Architect behind the design and execution of the Maryland Mall Lagos, a commercial piece of Architecture that captures the rapid development of the Sub-Saharan region.

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