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  • Wooden Chair, 1992, Marc newson, Cappellini
  • Wooden Chair, 1992, Marc newson, Cappellini

Wooden Chair, 1992

Wooden chair by Marc Newson for Cappellini.

From a desire to push the boundaries of manipulation with wood, the Australian designer Marc Newson developed the Wooden Chair, a sculptural piece of furniture that offers surprising comfort.

His daring experiments with the natural material led him to develop a fluid and continuous form made from steam-bent beech wood strips. The seat has a 'double curve' or 'alpha' shape, whilst the backrest extends down, around and back. The horizontal bracing at each end provides strength and support, making the seat robust and long-lasting.

With its organic form, made from oiled natural solid beech wood, the seat invites a warm presence to its space.

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Wooden chair by Marc Newson for Cappellini.

From a desire to push the boundaries of manipulation with wood, the Australian designer Marc Newson developed the Wooden Chair, a sculptural piece of furniture that offers surprising comfort.

His daring experiments with the natural material led him to develop a fluid and continuous form made from steam-bent beech wood strips. The seat has a 'double curve' or 'alpha' shape, whilst the backrest extends down, around and back. The horizontal bracing at each end provides strength and support, making the seat robust and long-lasting.

With its organic form, made from oiled natural solid beech wood, the seat invites a warm presence to its space.

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82w x 103d x 36/70cmh

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Made from bent natural beech heartwood in an oiled-finish.

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