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Vitra Miniature: Shiro Kuramata How High the Moon Chair | Available from NOVA68.com Modern Design Vitra Miniature: Shiro Kuramata How High the Moon Chair
Vitra Miniature Chair, new in wooden collectors box with brochure.

Vitra original miniature chair. This amazing and highly detailed miniature is an exact copy of the original large version! The miniature comes in a wooden box with a brochure which provides art-historical information on the background to the design, biography of the designer, and the production history of the respective chair.

Miniature "How High the Moon", Designer: Shiro Kuramata, 1986. One of the most important representatives of Japanese design, Shiro Kuramata, has translated a bourgeois symbol, namely the expansive plush armchair, into the language of post- modernism. "How High the Moon", which is named after a jazz song by Duke Ellington, is a chair which reflects the shimmering de- materialized surface of pale moonlight and weightlessness.

Size: 4.33" x 6.10" x 5.43" (11 x 15.5 x 13.8cm).
Materials: nickle plated and expanded metal.

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$560.00
Vitra Miniature: Shiro Kuramata How High the Moon Chair
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$560.00
 
 
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Vitra Miniature: Shiro Kuramata How High the Moon Chair
Vitra Miniature Chair, new in wooden collectors box with brochure.

Vitra original miniature chair. This amazing and highly detailed miniature is an exact copy of the original large version! The miniature comes in a wooden box with a brochure which provides art-historical information on the background to the design, biography of the designer, and the production history of the respective chair.

Miniature "How High the Moon", Designer: Shiro Kuramata, 1986. One of the most important representatives of Japanese design, Shiro Kuramata, has translated a bourgeois symbol, namely the expansive plush armchair, into the language of post- modernism. "How High the Moon", which is named after a jazz song by Duke Ellington, is a chair which reflects the shimmering de- materialized surface of pale moonlight and weightlessness.

Size: 4.33" x 6.10" x 5.43" (11 x 15.5 x 13.8cm).
Materials: nickle plated and expanded metal.

FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE US!
Usually ships in 2-3 business days!



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