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Looks like Friso Kramer's "Revolt" chair to me.http://www.artmeetsfurniture.com/imagefiles/friso-kramer-desk-chair-1.jpg
Hey, I was one of the people who helped design this table for our firm Gensler. The chairs were generously donated by Allsteel. It's called the Revolt chair. Check it out below:http://www.allsteeloffice.com/allsteeloffice/products/seating/Ahrend%20Revolt/
Ask the people at Gensler (isn't this their display)?
Thank you! I can see what they are now, but I don't see a place to buy them at. Anyone?
What about the table????
forget the chairs; the table is droolworthy!
The droolworthy table is actually our kitchen table in the Gensler San Francisco office. It was made from a local woodworker who salvaged a naturally fallen tree and turned it into this beautiful piece. I'm not sure of his contact information but there's a business just across the bay in Berkeley that has huge tree slabs that can be used in the same way. Here's their link:http://www.artisanburlwood.com/unfinished.php
I mistook it for an Ironrite mangler chairhttp://hubpages.com/hub/Ironrite_Mangle_IronerThere are a pair of them on ebay now120344925090
Agreed, that table is lush.
Hooooly crap, the chairs are $1k each?? Someone please tell me that I'm reading the pdf incorrectly.
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