Introduction
Ron Arad (Hebrew: רון ארד; born 24 April 1951) is a British-Israeli industrial designer, artist, and architectural designer.
Wikidata
Q728087
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Introduction
After studying architecture in London, Arad opened the 'One Off' design company and gallery in 1981 and it became a leading alternative design center in that city. Arad made his name with the Rover Chair in which old Rover car seats were remade into chairs. Other noteworthy designs include the polished steel Well-Tempered Chair and the aluminum Horns Chair (1986-1987).
Nationalities
Israeli, British
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Designer, Furniture Designer
Name
Ron Arad
Ulan
500093363
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