Premium Derwick Chair - Black Legs
The experiments carried out by and Ray into berglass seating revolutionised the design of mass-produced chairs. Starting from a basic shell, the designed a whole variety of shapes. The Derwick Chair is a design chair in transparent acrylic. Light and discreet, this transparent acrylic chair will not disappoint. Produced for the first time at the end of the 1940s, it has more than shown that it can stand the test of time! When they took part in the international design competition to make "Low-Cost Furniture Design" organised by the New York MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in 1948, and his wife Ray could never have imagined that their designs would meet with such success. You will appreciate the solidity and comfort of this chair. Its timeless design is immediately recognisable and it will bring a retro touch to your interior in style. Also known as the Efel Leg Chair, le Derwick Chair is characterised by its moulded shell and its chrome legs that are reminiscent of Gustave Efel's masterpiece. Both chic and practical, it will adapt to every interior. It is a design classic, an object that you will never grow tiRed of and that will inspire those around you to do the same.
|Height (a1)||82 cm|
|Width (a2)||54 cm|
|Depth (a3)||47 cm|
|Height (b1)||45 cm|