Lukis armchair signed by Indonesian Abie Abdillah is an encounter between centuries-old tradition of rattan processing and contemporary design. A new perspective on the handicraft culture from Southeast Asia that is showing signs of a renewed environmental awareness. As a matter of fact rattan can be harvested in a sustainable manner due to its rapid growth, all its parts can be utilized and the steam-bending process makes production environmentally friendly. While rattan defines the seat base and backrest of Lukisarmchair, its structure is made of rubber wood, a tropical hardwood obtained by rubber trees. The outcome is a furniture element intended for indoor spaces, handmade with strong stems woven together with such accuracy and attention to details that makes you think of a high-technology industrial product.