Via I came across a chairity project wherein 100 chairs were decorated by various artists and thereafter sold for a good cause.
When I started this blog, I had no idea what I would encounter. For me it was and still is an adventure. Take this example: Saul Robins who studies the chairs the New York City shrinks use to see their patients from…I must confess not the most design chairs, but they may be comfy. Actually they have to be comfy while the shrink seats in it the whole day 🙂
As Featured in the New York Times House + Home Section
This ongoing body of work examines the chair of the New York psychotherapist from the point of view of their clients.
It is from this vantage point that I am interested in exploring the perceptions, associations, and responses to this very private environment.
For many, the role of the psychotherapist holds significant weight, and the importance given to him or her is one of great influence in many people’s lives.
With this picture of a chair like Cathedral designed by Gio Ponti, really it’s like a Royal Chair, I would like to wish all Chair Blog readers Happy Holidays! The cathedral is in Taranto.
From August 16 – September 16, 2007 Argentinean sculptor and designer Pablo Reinoso will show several pieces of his series Thoneteando chairs as homage to the 40 years celebration of a group of lute players.
Centro Cultural Recoleta
Junin 1930, Buenos Aires, Argentine.
Centro Cultural Recoleta (CCR)