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Marcel Wanders

Knotted Chair, 2006

Carbon and Aramid fibers, epoxy resin.
28 1/2 × 22 × 25 7/10 in
72.4 × 55.9 × 65.4 cm
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Property from a Private Collection, Bedford, New York

Manufactured by Cappellini, Como, Italy for …

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Property from a Private Collection, Bedford, New York

Manufactured by Cappellini, Como, Italy for Droog Design, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Number 95 from the edition of 99. Manufacturer's hang tag printed KNOTTED ROUGE/LIMITED EDITION 2006/MARCEL WANDERS/95.

Marcel Wanders
Dutch, b. 1963
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Marcel Wanders’s subversive, often humorous designs combine the innovative with the commonplace.

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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 …

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Property from a Private Collection, Bedford, New York

Manufactured by Cappellini, Como, Italy for …

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Property from a Private Collection, Bedford, New York

Manufactured by Cappellini, Como, Italy for Droog Design, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Number 95 from the edition of 99. Manufacturer's hang tag printed KNOTTED ROUGE/LIMITED EDITION 2006/MARCEL WANDERS/95.

Marcel Wanders
Dutch, b. 1963
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Marcel Wanders’s subversive, often humorous designs combine the innovative with the commonplace.

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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 …

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Marcel Wanders

Knotted Chair, 2006

Carbon and Aramid fibers, epoxy resin.
28 1/2 × 22 × 25 7/10 in
72.4 × 55.9 × 65.4 cm
Bidding closed