Miniature Chair Taliesin West 1946, Vitra
Taliesin West is one of the most unusual and comfortable armchairs among the four variations made by Frank Lloyd Wright design.
This blue colored armchair was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his own home and designed to be fabricated from a single 1.2m x 2.4m laminated plywood panel.
Various geometric shapes including inner side panels, trapezoid outer panels and 60-degree triangular shapes for the arms and legs make this armchair an ergonomically comfortable seat.
The collection of miniature chairs presents itself as one of the most important classics in the history of the design world.
Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect, designer, writer and educator. Wright believed in designing in harmony with humanity and the environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. Wright played a pivotal role in twentieth-century architectural movements, influencing architects around the world through his works.
Vitra is an 80-year-old family business brand that believes in lasting relationships with customers, employees, designers, durable products, sustainable growth and the promotion of good design. Vitra's classic objects are authentic 20th century innovative designs that remain very current today. Creating innovative products and concepts with great designers is the essence of the brand.
- Corpus birch plywood, massive elements maple, textile cover, copper sheet
- scale 1:6 / 12,8 x 15,5 x 15,3 cm
- Frank Lloytd Wright
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