In April at the International Salone del Mobile in Milan, Jesús Gasca, the founder of STUA, and his son Jon Gasca, launched the Libera armchair.
The visual character comes from its wooden frame, where the legs are seamlessly connected with the arms. Contemporary technology was used to form the organic shaped armrest, creating a tactile and pleasant feel. Libera also has great comfort achieved by the use of new elastic material cross woven within a rigid metal sub-frame. These details have produced an exceptionally elegant chair with a lovely silhouette and great ergonomics.
Ideal for both the home and contract use.
Another new classic in the STUA collection.
STUA is a design furniture manufacturer from Spain that offers a contemporary furniture collection based on chairs, tables, stools, storage, lounge and outdoor furniture. STUA collection is suitable for residential use or commercial enviroments. What separates STUA furniture from much of contemporary design furniture is the enduring nature of form.
The timeless design. The work of STUA is conceived and executed at an extraordinarily high level of aesthetic and engineering detail. The work is innovative and original. There is a fresh spirit to the work, but its character is grounded firmly in the principles and character of classic modern design, that of simplicity and timelessness.
Jesús Gasca is the founder and principal designer of STUA, a contemporary furniture company based in the resort town of San Sebastían, Spain. Founded in the 1980’s, STU has allowed him to develop his own work as a furniture designer. Trained as an engineer, Gasca specialises in technically complex design with attention to detail. Gasca’s recent designs include the Onda stool, Globus Chair, Sapporo Shelving System, the Deneb Collection and the Gas Chair, for which he’s received design awards.
Jon Gasca is the son of Jesús and developped designs at STUA after training as an industrial engineer. Jon has also been the art director for STUA for more than 20 years.