In researching Robert Whitton’s chair design it hit me all of a sudden that color makes the design. If you compare this red one with a similar prototype from him, you’ll come to the same conclusion: Bright colors give a completely different perspective.
Early prototype sculpted aluminum chair by architect and designer Robert Whitton circa 1989. Features a perforated aluminum seat with a rolling bar that moves for ease of entry into the chair. The swooping curved arms provide an incredible contrast to the angularity of the legs.
Via red modern furniture.
But directed to Robert Whitton by reader Thomas Goi for which we thank him!