According to the Zeitraum-Möbel: the chair has positioning of the legs that gives the chair a unique posture, as if it had a support and a free leg. The sculpturally formed sub-frame conveys the interplay between stability and dynamism. Due to its delicate appearance this straightforward chair exudes an air of lightness that requires only a small area.
It seemed rise from the grave!
Chair design that is almost forgotten is designed by Canadian designer Jacques Guillon in 1953. Robustness of classical design is very condensed look at every angle. That’s what seems makes Avenue Road, manufacturer from Toronto reproduce this chair. Constructed in a solid maple wood frame and finished with either a walnut wood veneer or black lacquer, the chair’s material integrity is true to Jacques Guillon’s authentic design. The seat and back are fully strung in either white or black 8-strand braided cord. This chair is named Cord Chair.
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