Chris Kabel. Mesh Chair. 2005

Chris Kabel Mesh Chair 2005

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Mesh Chair, the designer has explained, is manufactured like a piece of clothing: “Its pattern parts are cut out of a sheet of expanded metal mesh. The pieces are welded together along the seams resulting in a shape that becomes rigid because of its three-dimensionality. The powder coating softens the metal mesh. In this way upholstery and construction have become one.”

Gallery label from Applied Design, March 2, 2013–January 31, 2014.
Manufacturer
Werkplaats Martin van Oel
Medium
Powder coated expanded metal mesh
Dimensions
29 15/16 x 19 5/16 x 26 3/8" (76 x 49 x 67 cm)
Credit
Architecture & Design Purchase Fund
Object number
128.2010
Department
Architecture and Design

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