Alexander Lotersztain shows QTZ chair in Milan

Argentinian-born, Brisbane-based designer Alexander Lotersztain of Derlot is exhibiting the QTZ chair at Ventura Lambrate as part of the Milan Furniture Fair this week. With a focus on product design, as well as branding, interior design and art direction, Lotersztain is perhaps best known for high profile projects such as the Limes Hotel in Brisbane, creating work that is personal, branded and translates well internationally, following in the footsteps of designers such as Marc Newson. The QTZ chair is a limited edition collection inspired by the form and materiality of quartz.

QTZ by Derlot. Photography: Florian Groehn
QTZ by Derlot. Photography: Florian Groehn

“This limited edition collection of seating elements reflects the prismatic beauty and semi-precious qualities of what is amongst the Earth’s most abundant minerals,” says Lotersztain. Each QTZ element is available in a range of finishes and is manufactured in stainless steel.

Alexander Lotersztain with QTZ. Photography: Florian Groehn
Alexander Lotersztain with QTZ. Photography: Florian Groehn

Ventura Lambrate during the Milan Furniture Fair is always inspiring, featuring a mix of eclectic pieces, solid design and experimental work, so this piece should fit right in.

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2 thoughts on “Alexander Lotersztain shows QTZ chair in Milan

  • September 2, 2015 at 12:47 pm
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    Can you pls tell me how much to purchase a stainless steel QTZ chair will cost and take to produce.

    Many thanks
    Jo 0439801130

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    • September 3, 2015 at 2:09 am
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      Jo I have emailed you privately. Cheers, Penny

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