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Inspired by the idea of purity and the reduction of forms to the essential which ideally recall those of “Mother Earth”, the Globalove armchair designed by Karim Rashid stands out in particular for its comfortable and enveloping seat and a highly original profile. Resting on the ground, the seat takes on the configuration of a circular band, which incorporates the backrest and houses the cushion. Karim Rashid's design style also emerges in the combinations of covers which can be either contrasting and perfectly typical but also equally capable of integrating harmoniously with other furnishing elements.

Data sheet

Width: 99cm
Depth: 105cm
Height: 80cm


    • L01
    • L04
    • L08
    • L26
    • L27
    • L30
    • L37
    • L51
    • L53
    • L54

Materials, fabrics, leathers, colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. You can find the complete collection of Bonaldo fabrics and leathers on the website https://www.bonaldo.biz/


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Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1960; half English, half Egyptian and raised mostly in Canada. He received a Bachelor of Industrial Design in 1982 from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He pursued graduate design studies in Naples, Italy, with Ettore Sottsass and others. He opened his own practice in New York City in 1993. He has worked for numerous clients globally such as Prada, Giorgio Armani, Foscarini, Guzzini, Zanotta, Estee Lauder, Issey Miyake and during the years he won numerous awards like The Good Design Award (2003) for the Kurve Chair for Neinkamper and the I.D. Magazine’s Annual Design Review (2002). He has over 70 objects in permanent collections and his design work has been exhibited in many art museums in the USA (Museum of Modern Art, New York, Chicago Athenaeum, Chicago; Miami Museum of Contemporary Art), in Europa (British Design Museum, London,UK; Groningen Museum, Groningen, Holland) and in the rest of the world (Tokyo Gas, Tokyo, Japan). He has been a juror for several international competitions and a contributing writer for design periodicals. He was a full-time Associate Professor in Industrial Design for 10 years at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pratt Institute, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Ontario College of Art and lectures internationally.

Karim Rashid