Patrick Jouin designs Zip, a new upholstered chair. Sinuous and elegant in the silhouette, it is characterized by the innovative constructive design, in which the back legs rise up to creep between the armrest and backrest, creating a play of overlapping materials between the covering and the wood; this is its distinctive sign.

The chair is defined by an external line that bounces between the armrest and the back, identifying as the origin of the perimeter arches, the four legs made with a careful work of cabinet-making; they taper towards the ground giving lightness to the upholstered shell.