felt chair

felt chair

felt chair

Design Marc Newson, 1993
Polish lacquered fiberglass, metal
Made in Italy by Cappellini

In 1987 Marc Newson moved to Tokyo where he lived and worked until 1991. It's there where he designed such pieces as the Orgone Lounge, Black Hole Table and Felt Chair, which were widely exhibited in Asia and Europe.

The Felt armchair features a reinforced fiberglass body, back leg in polished aluminum and can be polish-lacquered in yellow, orange, red, green, blue, white or black.

Marc Newson is one of the most accomplished and influential designers of his generation. At a young age he has already worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from chairs, household objects, bicycles, concept cars to restaurants, a recording studio and interiors of jets, for clients all over the world.

26.25" w | 41.75" d | 32.25" h | seat: 12.75" h

$4,395.00 + $195.00 curbside delivery in the continental U.S.
(please allow 8-12 weeks for this special chair to be created and shipped to your location)

Marc Newson

Marc Andrew Newson CBE (b. 1963) of Sydney, Australia (now based in London), is a successful industrial designer who works in aircraft design, product design, furniture design, jewelry, and clothing. He incorporates a design style known as biomorphism, which uses smooth flowing lines, translucency, transparency, and tends to have an absence of sharp edges. In 1984, Newson graduated from the Sydney College of the Arts in jewelry and sculpture. In 1986 he was awarded a grant from the Australian Crafts Council and staged a first exhibition featuring the Lockheed Lounge. The following year he moved to Tokyo, where he lived and worked until he moved to Paris in 1991 and set up a studio.
Born into a family of furniture manufacturers, Giulio Cappellini began working for the family company in 1979, after earning his degree in architecture and studying business management. By the early 1980’s, Guilio’s leadership brought the Cappellini company into the world market from its three decade run as a handicraft furniture business. Hoping to expand the styles and materials used, Guilio scouted designers, bringing Jasper Morrison, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Marcel Wanders, Marc Newson, and Tom Dixon into the fold. Now, the firm boasts a varied, comprehensive collection rather than a singular style. Still, there are common threads: refined simplicity, dynamism, liveliness, humor.
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