Wholesale price stable quality 15BS002 wood barstool to Vancouver Importers
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Wholesale price stable quality 15BS002 wood barstool to Vancouver Importers Detail:
|1||Type:||Bar Furniture||8||Specific Use||Bar Chair|
|2||General Use||Commercial Furniture||9||Appearance||Modern|
|5||Product Dimension||42.5″x16.75″x18.25″ 29.75″SH||12||Wood Stain||Espresso/Black|
|7||Color||Any Color Available||14||Describe Package||Soft Foam+Carton|
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Murray Moss presents Alberto Meda’s ‘Prototype ‘Light Light’ armchair’, circa 1988, from The Collection of Murray Moss and Franklin Getchell, to be offered 16 October 2012 in MOSS: Dialogues Between Art & Design auction.
In the 1980s, Italian industrial designer Alberto Meda, former technical director of Kartell, collaborated with Alias on an extremely lightweight chair. Working with carbon fiber and Nomex®, a composite “honeycomb”, they began work on a chair that was to be named ‘Light Light,’ weighing only 1 kg. 50 prototypes were produced of this chair, each a progression from the previous. Due to its extreme lightweight and high-tech appearance, this chair was deemed “un-commercial” and never put into production. This chair is part of the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Produced by Phillips de Pury and Company (2012)
Camera: Matt Kroening
Editor: Matt Kroening
Producers: Megan Newcome and Alex Gilbert