Knitting Chair Donna by Gaetano Pesce

Knitting Chair Donna by Gaetano Pesce

Knitting Chair Donna by Gaetano Pesce is number 5 on the list of Sally Kuchar:

Sally Kuchar is the founder of, a blog about her life as an interior designer (and design fanatic). She also has written for a plethora of design and architecture blogs, including MoCo Loco and Apartment Therapy. She’s currently residing in San Francisco in a tiny apartment that she painted black.

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Update: Originally A Clipmarked post that went away…[Last edited by Guido J. van den Elshout on December 14, 2011 at 11:49 AM]

2 thoughts on “Knitting Chair Donna by Gaetano Pesce”

  1. this piece is call Donna, Pesce’s idea about the relationship between a mom and her kid.
    the seat is mom, foot stool is for kid. Nothing to do with Knitting.

  2. Hi Kittipong
    Thank you very much for your explanation. I happen to have a habit of giving chairs names that I invent on the spur. My first thought was: “A chair that knits” and wrongly wrote Knitted Chair. Now I have changed the title and used my first thought and took your comment with it.


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