Aranda\Lasch, ‘Metal Low Chair | Primitives Series’, 2014, Design/Decorative Art, Mirror-Finished Stainless Steel, Anodized Stainless Steel, Gallery ALL
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Aranda\Lasch

Metal Low Chair | Primitives Series, 2014

Mirror-Finished Stainless Steel, Anodized Stainless Steel
35 4/5 × 41 3/10 × 29 9/10 in
91 × 105 × 76 cm
$20,000 - 30,000
Location
Beijing, Beverly Hills, Shanghai, Stockholm
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Aranda\Lasch
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Aranda\Lasch is the nom de guerre of Benjamin Aranda and Christopher Lasch, who founded their design firm in 2003. The duo met in a design studio in Columbia, and both hold degrees in architecture. Though their work spans a variety of scales and functions—including outdoor monuments, indoor installations, video works, furniture, and a set for the band Yeasayer, their work is united by a common motif: a modular, crystalline form. “For us, design is about putting in place a process from which you can guarantee surprises,” Lasch once said, while Aranda notes, “Our understanding of modularity is something that’s not quite obvious or fixed, something that can be a tool for finding infinite variation.”

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Aranda\Lasch is the nom de guerre of Benjamin Aranda and Christopher Lasch, who founded their design firm in 2003. The duo met in a design studio in Columbia, and both hold degrees in architecture. Though their work spans a variety of scales and functions—including outdoor monuments, indoor installations, video works, furniture, and a set for the band Yeasayer, their work is united by a common motif: a modular, crystalline form. “For us, design is about putting in place a process from which you can guarantee surprises,” Lasch once said, while Aranda notes, “Our understanding of modularity is something that’s not quite obvious or fixed, something that can be a tool for finding infinite variation.”

Aranda\Lasch

Metal Low Chair | Primitives Series, 2014

Mirror-Finished Stainless Steel, Anodized Stainless Steel
35 4/5 × 41 3/10 × 29 9/10 in
91 × 105 × 76 cm
$20,000 - 30,000
Location
Beijing, Beverly Hills, Shanghai, Stockholm
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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