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For Óscar Hagerman, the chair is the smallest of architectures, and it was this object that brought him closer to those who have nothing and changed his perspective as an architect. His work stands out for its simplicity, the use of local materials, and design rooted in everyday life. His work exemplifies how architecture can become a powerful force for social good by addressing the needs of rural areas, which are at the core of his architectural work. Hagerman demonstrates that architecture is not just about creating aesthetically pleasing structures but also about making a positive impact on the communities it serves. With his focus on everyday life and his ability to respond to the specific needs of each community, Hagerman stands out as an architect committed to creating spaces that improve the quality of life and strengthen the social fabric.

Woods: 1. Oak. 2. Encino, 3. Tzalam. 4. Pine.
Seats: Tule vegetable fiber fabric, cotton ribbon or nylon ribbon.
Measurements Height 73 cm. Seat 46cm deep. Weight: 7k.
Author: Oscar Hagerman 1950
Handmade in Mexico by Canto Artesanos. 

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