The minimalist GV chair by Jonathan Nesci is a stunning example of innovative design. Based on the golden ratio, the chair is built on a three-dimensional grid that makes its functional and compact form a visually striking design. Crafted from patinated bronze, the geometric form shapes around its seat and backrest to create a simple yet impressive complexity. The sculptural chair is captivating in its simplicity and is a precursor to Jonathan’s Golden Variation series. The GV chair was originally designed for Casati Gallery in 2013 and is still available through the gallery or via 1stDibs.
Jonathan Nesci is an American-based furniture and exhibition designer who works with a variety of manufacturers in the Midwest who use conventional and digital fabrication processes to execute his designs in a variety of materials and finishes. In 2009, Jonathan was recognized by “Wallpaper” with a design award for best use of materials for his “Library Bookcase,” a wall-mounted shelf made of polished aluminum that was recently added to the permanent collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.