Nendo – Yes Thin Black Lines again

Nendo - Yes Thin Black Lines again

Nendo – Yes Thin Black Lines again

Finger by Oki Sato for Gandia Blasco

Finger is an armchair by Nendo’s Oki Sato created for the famed Spanish outdoor furniture manufacturer Gandia Blasco. It’s made of 100% recyclable rotating molded polyethylene and can come with a matching Finger table, which makes it obviously perfect for those refreshing summer drinks by the pool.

60x62x68h cm / Ø96x46h cm

 

Thin Black Lines Chair (2) by Nendo

Thin Black Lines (2) by Nendo

As Julia likes this one better than the other one:
From the Nendo solo exhibition at Phillips de Pury & Company in September 2010.

Wire Chair by Nendo

Wire Chair by Nendo

The next generation of the ‘cord chair’, with its 15mm diameter legs of stainless steel clad in a hyper-thin wood skin. The wooden skin has been stripped away and the diameter of the steel rods increased from 9 to 12mm, giving them the strength to support the chair independently of the wood. Multiple layers of powder coating and hand polishing give the chair a rare lustrous finish, reminiscent of traditional Japanese lacquerware. The new finish also heightens the chair’s flexibility of use: the resulting durability and water resistance of the finish allow the wire chair to be used outdoors, and the colour selected. These modifications bring fresh charm to an already innovative chair.

sorry for the early lookers: I pushed the publish button a bit too early

Thin Black Lines (1) by Nendo

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Think Black Lines by Nendo, a solo exhibition at Phillips de Pury & Company in September 2010.