Frank Lloyd Wright: Side chair – The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Side chair, ca. 1904 Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867 -1959) Oak; 40 1/8 x 15 x 18 7/8 in. (101.9 x 38.1 x 47.9 cm) Gift of William and Mary Drummond, 1981 (1981.437) Frank Lloyd Wright designed this side chair as part of a large set for the employees restaurant in the Larkin … Continue reading “Frank Lloyd Wright: Side chair – The Metropolitan Museum of Art”

Robert Wilson: Freud Hanging Chair

Robert Wilson made this wired mesh chair in a series of 6. One is in the National Gallery of Australia Some more research reveals Robert Wilson is a Chair Collector. Here is an excerpt from an interview in the UK Independent: I am a collector at heart,” declares theatre and opera director Robert Wilson, 60, … Continue reading “Robert Wilson: Freud Hanging Chair”

Noa by Krijn Hamelink

Noa: simplicity with style Noa. A simple and transparent design with four legs. The design offers maximum flexibility. The chairs are stackable, simple and easy to keep clean and can be linked together. Design: Krijn Hamelink Specifications for Noa chair (fourleg model): Options for Noa: laminated birch shell in melamine, natural varnished, color stained or … Continue reading “Noa by Krijn Hamelink”

1000 Chairs Special Edition

1000 Chairs –  TASCHEN’s 25th anniversary – Special edition! More than any other piece of furniture, the chair has been subjected to the wildest dreams of the designers. The particular curve of a back-rest, or the twist of a leg, the angle of a seat or the colour of the entire artefact all reflect the … Continue reading “1000 Chairs Special Edition”

Furniture Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Furniture Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam A chair lover’s must have :The Furniture Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. “Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam” means the Municipal Museum of Amsterdam (I don’t know why they don’t use MMA for it). The Furniture Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam provides a comprehensive overview of the Stedelijk Museum’s furniture collecting activities from 1934 to … Continue reading “Furniture Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam”