Berlage Chair by Richard Hutten

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Berlage Chair by Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten designed these chairs as a tribute to Hendrik Petrus Berlage. Berlage was the architect who designed the The Hague Municipal Museum of Modern Art (or Gemeentemuseum) in The Hague.
The chairs are used in the museum’s restaurant.

Chinese Stool by Wieki Somers

Chinese Stool by Wieki Somers

Chinese Stool by Wieki Somers

As Wieki says:

Chinese Stool, made in China, copied by the Dutch 2007

Seen at Art Rotterdam today where Wieki is represented by ViVid.

Rietveld Red and Blue Extended by D-W-A

Rietveld Red and Blue Extended edition

Rietveld Red and Blue Extended by D-W-A (1)

Inspired by The 2011 Rietveld Year music inspired designers collective D-W-A has taken it up to reinterpret Rietveld’s Red and Blue Chair, inspired so by different music genres.

The reDesign project is based on a 12” vinyl single release and is realized at a scale of 1:3 so as to keep the pieces around 12″. This iconic chair has been interpreted according to various musical genres including pop, classical, chill-out and dub.

Found them via architizer

Gabriele Basilico – Chair Contact Series 1984 – 2

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Gabriele Basilico – Chair Contact Series 1984 – 2

I admit being fascinated by the Chair Contact Series Gabriele Basilico created in 1984 and which fetched £91,250 at Christie’s in an October 14, 2010 sale.

George Segal: Girl on a Chair, 1970

George Segal Girl on a Chair, 1970

George Segal: Girl on a Chair, 1970

For sale at Phillips on December 12, 2013:

Wall-hanging multiple, comprising white plaster sculpture and red painted chair, contained within black painted lumbar-wood box,

91 x 61 x 30 cm (35 7/8 x 24 x 11 3/4 in.)

with incised signature and numbered ‘AP 11/30’ on silver plaque on the reverse (an artist’s proof, the edition was 150), published by Editions Alecto Ltd., London, in excellent condition.
Estimate £4,000 – 6,000

Segal’s Girl on a Chair was his first multiple. It was an experimental piece made whilst he was working on a series of sculptures of figures observed through doorways. The multiple is designed to hang on the wall but could also be shown on top of the original wooden crate.

Via Phillips