Frank Gehry Wiggle Chair
Made by Vitra Design Museum, Europe.
Original Wiggle Side Chair (34.25-inch height) designed by Frank Gehry in 1972 and made by Vitra in Europe.
Gehry's sophisticated Wiggle Chair is part of his Easy-Edges cardboard furniture line.
This bold cardboard chair; with it's fluid curves remains one of the undisputed masterpieces in the history of modern chair design.
As striking as a sculpture, this unique modern designed chair is
is comfortable enough to use as an occasional side chair in an office or residence.
Sweeping curves make the classic Wiggle Chair a solid choice for modern furniure enthusiasts. The enduring charm of the sculptural Wiggle Chair has
earned it a place in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art and the Vitra
Design Museum in Germany.
Frank Gehry is one of today's most important architects.
Frank Gehry likes to use unusual materials for his
architecture and furniture. With the series "Easy Edges"
from 1972, he succeeded in lending such everyday
materials as cardboard a new aesthetic dimension.
Although they appear unbelievably simple "Easy Edges"
are constructed with the architect's care as well as
being very robust and stable. Approximately 60 layers
of cardboard are held together by hidden screws with a
Repeatedly bent contour consisting of approx. 60 layers of cardboard held together by hidden screws.
Fibreboard edging in natural color.
Size: 13 3/4" w x 34 1/4" h x 24 depth. Seat height: 17".
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