Tuesday, May 5, 2009

post 4 Cien CHAIRS!!!!!!!!

S Chair - Tom Dixon
Chair: S Chair
Designer: Tom Dixon
Year commence of Production: 1988
Manufacturer: Cappellini Furniture
Materials: The S Chair has a metal frame covered in either; marsh straw, wicker, Feltro, Panno, Glove, Satu, Trapez, Optik, Small Dot, Leather, Leather Extra and spotted Leather black (or) white.
Dimensions: H 100 x W 52 x D 42 cm

The S chair was designed by Tom Dixon in 1988. After many prototypes using rush, wicker, old tyre rubber, papper and copper he finally profected his design and went to manufacturing by Cappellini Furniture in 1988. The S chair is now rapidly becoming a modern furniture icon with its unique twists and bends and ability to look modern and never date. It has a wide variety of materials that would suit just about any house hold or style. At first sight, though, the chair’s geometry and carriage seem unlikely to support the weight of a person; but the chair's snaking flimsy twisting shape belies its super tensile frame whose wonderful ergonomic shape affords both comfort and perfect posture.

Diamond Chair - Harry Betoia
Chair: Diamond Chair
Designer: Harry Betoia
Year commence of Production: 1952
Materials: industrial wire mesh
Description: Base in chromium-plated round steel. Seat cushion in leather, upon request avaliable in cotton fabric.
Dimensions: 83 x 73 x 75 (W x D x H)

The Diamond Chair designed in 1952 by Harry Bertoia is said to be a classic still with holding its moderality to this day. The use of industrial wire mesh absorbs the body shape making it comfortable and relaxing to the sitter. The chair is avaliable in chrome, black or white and can also be avaliable with a seat pad and a seat cover. The vinal seat p ads come in red, lime or sunflower. The Fabric seat pads come in; flame wool, grey wool, tomato nylon, cobalt nylon, nickel nylon, blue bird nylon, grey hallingdal, brown hallingdal, blue Hallingdal and Maharam Millerstripe. The full covers offer; Black Mohawk. As this chair is known as a classic it doesn't seem that it will age and will stay modern or cycle and always come back into style.


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