Patricia Urquiola has created a dining chair called Dudet for Italian furniture brand Cassina that is recyclable and takes cues from 1970s design.

The Dudet chair has a curved form composed of just three elements: a padded seat and two legs that bend upwards to create armrests and a backrest.

Dudet was developed by Urquiola to complement her Sengu Table and to lend a playful 70s aesthetic to modern interior spaces.

Its hidden metal core was designed to be easily separated from the surrounding polyurethane foam padding while the fabric cover can be removed via a zip.

Dudet can be upholstered in a variety of colours ranging from white to pink and blue.

All of the chair’s constituent elements can be easily disassembled thus facilitating the recycling of its constituent parts and materials.