Red Glass Bench by Luca Nichetto

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Luca Nichetto was born in Murano, the Glass Island near Venice. Hence a Glass Bench.

Respite Chair by Brent Kee Young

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Respite Chair

MATRIX SERIES: “RESPITE” by
Brent Kee Young made from Pyrex Glass
39″ x 37″ x 38″ $27,600 SOLD

by Jane Sauer Gallery

Glass Armchair probably by Louis Dierra (1939)

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Glass Armchair

Probably by Louis Dierra (1939) for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.

Via Grace Hilton

Outline Chairs by Sebastian Errazuriz

‘Outline Chairs’ by Chilean-born New York-based designer Sebastian Errazuriz return seating design to its simplistic form and fundamental roots, “rescuing the linear drawing of the basic iconic chair” by replacing the back and seat with tempered glass. The series is on exhibition at Cristina Grajales Gallery in New York through October 21st, 2011.

Via designboom.com

Glass Covered Chairs: Breaking the Bottle by Mark Reigelman II

 

Breaking the Bottle is an installation by Mark Reigelman II that is currently on display at Heller Gallery in NYC (runs till July 30, 2011).

With about 40 layers of over 1,000 lbs. of 100% recycled broken glass and 20 gallons of Epoxy Resin used to cover twelve typical household objects, including chairs, the tedious process took about three months to finish.

Reigelman on his installation:
“By fusing elements of protection with objects of the home, my installation debates the need for fervent homestead defense while pointing out the repercussions of over-protection and the impact it has on social dialogue.”

 

Via design-milk.com