Low Chair | Van Severen, Maarten | V&A Search the Collections
Low Chair; designed by Maarten Van Severen (Belgian, 1956-2005), 1993-1994; manufactured by Top Mouton, Belgium, 2001; aluminium.. Museum Number W.669-2001.
Modernist magnificence A new radical era of design evolved during the turn of the century which moved away from the excessive ornamental tradition which had dominated decor trends for decades to a streamlined, accessible functional design for a more minimalist aesthetic. The original designs of this modernist movement, regarded by some as non-conformist and even viewed by other contemporaries as audacious and scandalous, gradually gained wider acceptance and captivated the mainstream market…
Stainless Steel Wire Chair - Ron Arad: Arad claims it is supportive and has a comfortable bounce.
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Is This the Coolest Chair Ever Made? by Charlie Davidson | Dezeen
London Design Festival 09: British designer Charlie Davidson has designed a metal chair and named it Is This the Coolest Chair Ever Made? The chair is made of gas-welded powder-coated punched steel and based on an earlier prototype for plastic seating. It will be launched at 100% Design in London this month. See all our
Spun chair by Thomas Heatherwick | Dezeen
British designer Thomas Heatherwick recently launched a chair shaped like a spinning top made of spun steel and copper. The limited-edition Spun chair, produced for London gallery Haunch of Venison, is similar in form to Heatherwick's rotation-moulded plastic chair for Magis that was launched in Milan last month. Studio photos are by Peter Mallett. Production