Designed by Mario Bellini in 1998, the Bellini Chair won Compass d Oro ADI, Italy s most prestigious design award, in 2001. Made of fiberglass reinforced polypropylene, the Bellini Chair is stackable and available in the color of your choice. Such materials enable the surface of the Bellini Chair very easy to clean and maintain. Suitable for indoor and/or outdoor use, the Bellini Chair is also approved for commercial and institutional use.
Born in Milan, Italy, Mario Bellini is a master of all trades. With experience and projects in interior design, architecture, furniture design and more, Bellini has worked with the likes of Olivetti, Vitra and Knoll. The works of Bellini have been featured in many museums worldwide. Twenty-five of Bellini s designs are part of the permanent collection in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Suitable for commercial use, the Frank Gehry Easy Chair is a simple way to keep guests comfortable while simultaneously maintaining a stylish scene. Constructed from a single piece of roto-molded polymer, the Frank Gehry Easy Chair is made in a glistening silver color that is classic and timeless. It can also be used indoors and outdoors, depending on your space. A part of the Frank Gehry Furniture Collection, the Frank Gehry Easy Chair is among the likes of other interesting pieces such as the Frank Gehry Sofa and Frank Gehry Bench.
Designed in 2004, the Frank Gehry Furniture Collection is the creation of well-known architect Frank Gehry. Born in Toronto in 1929, Gehry has become an iconic architect with endless awards under his belt. Of his most recent works, the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain are the most recognized. The Frank Gehry Furniture Collection is on display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York and on permanent display at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.
One of the most recognizable metal cafe chairs ever designed originated in France in 1934, and quickly became a favorite among Parisian bistros, offices, clinics (and even on board the Normandie). Xavier Pauchard tapped into something when he conceived the Marais A / Tolix Chair in the early 20th century. So much so, in fact, that over 80 years after its debut in France, it is has grown in popularity to become a world-wide staple of industrial seating. The Bastille Cafe Stacking Chair (Antique Copper) is an accurate replica, produced using the same production processes & built to virtually the same specifications as the original. The antique copper adds bold character that strikes a stylish balance between industrial and rustic vintage.