Yellow Medici Chair by Konstantin Grcic
Medici Chair – Konstantin Grcic
German designer Konstantin Grcic continues his collaboration with the Italian manufacturer Magis with their recent launch of the latest products – a pair of three-legged workshop stools called “Tom & Jerry”. Made of solid beech, the modest stool has been updated with an introduction of adjustable colorful swivel screws (available in white, black, red and light blue) made of self lubricant polypropylene.
The Aram Gallery is another source of inspiration for chair lovers.
The Gallery originated from pasion for design rather than from financial motives:
Zeev Aram opened his first store on Londonâ€™s Kings Road, Chelsea, in 1964. He had a real passion for design and was the first to introduce the works of designers such as Carlo Scarpa, A & P.G. Castiglioni, Marcel Breuer, Le Corbusier and V. Magistretti to the UK market.
Later on Zeev developped the concept of an Annual Graduate Show to offer young designers and the industrie a platform to meet each other. Recently this culminated in a THEN-NOW Show which was an exhibition of 15 designers who were originally amongst the graduates selected by Zeev Aram to take part in the Aram Designâ€™s Annual Graduate Shows in the late 1980s and early 1990s. This exhibition revisits the work of these designers to show the development of their career over the last 2 decades. Their graduation work and recent work were showed side by side.
Here Konstantin Grcic. Photo by Christina Theisen.
Chair 43 by Konstantin Grcic for yii (2008)
Bamboo Artist: Chen, Kao-Ming
Character: Artistic, Structured, Bouncy
Materials: Engineered laminated bamboo, handmade
Dimensions: W53CM x D55CM x H77CM
Max weight: 120KG