• Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus
  • Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus
  • Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus
  • Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus
  • Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus
  • Flight stool, 1998, Barber osgerby, Isokon plus

Flight stool, 1998

Flight stool by Barber Osgerby for Isokon Plus.

The Flight stool was originally designed by Barber & Osgerby for one of their architectural projects and, like many of their early furniture designs, was manufactured by Isokon Plus. It was then displayed as part of a sculptural installation at the Atlantis Gallery in East London and was subsequently added to the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

With an aerodynamic form as suggestive of movement as its name, the Flight stool has a light and dynamic presence yet is remarkably sturdy.

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Flight stool by Barber Osgerby for Isokon Plus.

The Flight stool was originally designed by Barber & Osgerby for one of their architectural projects and, like many of their early furniture designs, was manufactured by Isokon Plus. It was then displayed as part of a sculptural installation at the Atlantis Gallery in East London and was subsequently added to the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

With an aerodynamic form as suggestive of movement as its name, the Flight stool has a light and dynamic presence yet is remarkably sturdy.

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40w x 41.5d x 46cmh

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Made from 11mm formed plywood and available in birch, oak or walnut finishes.

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The Isokon Furniture Company was founded in 1935 by Jack Pritchard, an English entrepreneur.

The Isokon Furniture Company was founded in 1935 by Jack Pritchard, an English entrepreneur.

The founding traditions of Isokon have continued with the development and production of new products from contemporary designers. Isokon’s designs of the 1930s have endured as among the most important and original of the 20th century. The new designs sold by Isokon have become classics of this century, such as the pengiun donkey by Egon Riss and the long chair by Marcel Breuer.

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