Admitted, the chair is not essential here, it’s more like a prop. But this “Eiereimer auf stuhl mit Pappsockel” by Hans Peter Feldmann uses a chair. So a place for eternity for the Egg Eimer and its chair 😉
Created from the engine cowling of an Boeing 737, this colossal, luxurious chair, spins weightlessly, on its highly polished spun aluminium base. Stood in its original orientation, this immense, captivating structure, is the epitome of luxury seating.
Hah take your e-reader and let this chair suck you up as the original. Bye Bye world 😉
Tubular Chair by René Herbst
René Herbst belonged to the French Modernists or Avant Garde in the Interbellum – the time between the two World Wars, WW I and WW II. This tubular chair is a steel one which deviates from his better known aluminum chairs.
Source: The Red List