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Throne: Collectible Design




The “Throne Chair” is more than just a seat; it is a statement piece. Its design commands attention, evoking a sense of regality and grandeur. The juxtaposition of the raw, industrial materials with the refined craftsmanship results in a chair that is both a functional object and a sculptural masterpiece.

In a world of mass-produced furniture, Anadora Lupo’s “Throne Chair” stands out as a beacon of individuality and artisanal excellence. Each chair tells a story of creativity, patience, and meticulous handcrafting, offering not just a place to sit, but an experience and a conversation piece. It is a perfect blend of art and utility, destined to be cherished by those who value uniqueness and quality in their living spaces.

Build process

Technique: welded stainless steel, wrought iron. 100%  hand crafted from zero by the artist.  Build process takes between 3-4 weeks; please allow extra time for custom orders (materials and dimensions can be customized upon request). No two pieces will be the same, because each piece is 100% unique. Due to the nature of the material, the coloring may vary slightly from the photos.


L 105 cm / W 100 cm / H 85 cm


Stainless steel, iron.

Limited edition

“Throne” is limited to 8 editions +2AP.


Like a reaction to the unstoppable digitalisation of our world, romanian-born artist, Anadora Lupo has created a series of metal works that is antithetical to this trend. The core easthetic of the works embodies both sculptural and utilitarian principles like strength, durability and stability; in a rare language that create a moment of calm and solitude.

The metal is sensually forged to unique shapes through a manually intensive process, furniture that goes far beyond its functional use. Each piece that comes out of Anadora’s hands is unique, and contributes with a delicate touch of the sublime in a domestic space.

The work itself is open to interpretation but her unique style and daring forms, certainly set the artist to be seen as existing somewhere between traditional disciplines and modern interpretations of sculpture, design and architecture.