2 chairs in 1: some very odd places to sit

2 chairs in 1: some very odd places to sit
"(a)typical windsor form"
by Christopher Kurtz

Mr. Kurtz based his design on the bow-back Windsor side chair, originally created hundreds of years ago in England.



2 chairs in 1: some very odd places to sit
"King Chair"
by Shao Fan

Mr. Fan combined two types of chairs, which makes an ironic comment on how many art dealers take new furniture and pass it off as antique.

2 chairs in 1: some very odd places to sit
"LadderbackkcabreddaL"
by Thomas Loeser

You can flip this chair over and use it to either sit, or to sit and rock. The chair’s title – "LadderbackkcabreddaL" – can be read backwards or forwards.


– Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design, Museum of Arts and Design, New York>>
– Chairs by Designer Shao Fan, VAM>>

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