Marcel Wanders, ‘'Crochet' chair’, 2006, Phillips

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Number 18 from the edition of 20. Underside with locket impressed with 18 / 20.

Tutto Wanders', Flair, March 2007, front cover
'The Doily Show: This Just In: Space-Age Seating. No Joke', The New York Times Style Magazine, April 2007, New York, p. 54

Mitterrand and Cramer Fine Art, Geneva
Acquired from the above by the present owner, 2008

About Marcel Wanders

Marcel Wanders’s subversive, often humorous designs combine the innovative with the commonplace. The Knotted Chair (1995), his best-known work, was the product of a collaboration with Delft Technical University’s aviation department. The chair blends a familiar construction technique, macramé, with technologically advanced materials typically used in aerospace. To produce the chair, hand-knotted, heat-resistant synthetic fibers are draped over a mold, injected with epoxy resin and then dried into shape. The result is an imaginative, lightweight, and durable design that appears to defy physics.

Dutch, b. 1963, Boxtel, Netherlands, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands