Atelier Prochazka | Monarch Solitaire Object
‘Atelier Prochazka Design’, was established in the Brno (Czech Republic), and covering product/interior /graphic design projects, both commercial and personal. Providing also professional visualization services. Atelier is supervised by Mgr.art. Matej Procházka
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Monarch Solitaire Object

Conceptual design
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About This Project

Konceptuálny dizajn. Solitérny objekt slúžiaci ako odkladací priestor / úložný solitér. Svojím fazetovým tvarom pripomína kuklu motýľa. Vo vodorovnej polohe slúži aj ako lavica.

definitions of monarch:
A monarch is a supreme or absolute head of a state government, either in reality or symbolically.[1] Such a
government is known as a monarchy. A monarch typically either inherits sovereignty (often referred to as the
throne) by birth or who is elected monarch and who typically rules for life or until abdication. Monarchs’ true
powers vary from monarchy to monarchy; on one extreme, they may be autocrats (absolute monarchy)
wielding genuine sovereignty; on the other they may be ceremonial heads of state who exercise little or no
power or only reserve power, with actual authority vested in a parliament or other body (constitutional
monarchy).
The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a milkweed butterfly (subfamily Danainae) in the family
Nymphalidae. It is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. Since the 19th century, it has
been found in New Zealand, and in Australia since 1871, where it is called the wanderer.[3][4][5] It is resident
in the Canary Islands, the Azores, and Madeira, and is found as an occasional migrant in Western Europe
and a rare migrant in the United Kingdom.

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