Sale price1.650 €
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vintage

Tati Chair Ralf Lindberg
Collection apart

vintage
Sale price1.650 €
Sold out
vintage

The Tati chair was named after the leaning gait of the French film director Jacques Tati designed in 1988. A wonderful formed chair with great lines and ergonomics making it one comfortable dining chair. Ralf Lindeberg (born 1952) is most known for the chairs he has designed for the Swedish manufacturer Gärsnäs. He is one of the founders of D2 Arkitekter and has received the Forsnäs Prize for the chair Tati in 1988. Sold as a pair. Very good condition. Some small marks and scratches to lacquer on legs.

Manufactured in Sweden, Lacquared Wood, 1980s

Sold as a pair.

W 49 x D48 x H81

Very good condition. Some small marks and scratches to lacquer.

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Collection apart is a curated collection of European antiques and decorative objects not limited by time or function. Based in Stockholm, Sweden the collection continually evolves blending organic, tactile and sculptural furniture, art and objects from a mix of art and design movements but always with a modernist sensibility. Each piece is carefully sourced and given a new context that feels personal and new to show the unique value and personal meaning that antiques and decorative arts can bring to any contemporary home
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Dimensions: Width 49cm/Depth 48cm/Height 81. Material: High lacquered wood.

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Dimensions: Width 49cm/Depth 48cm/Height 81. Material: High lacquered wood.

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About

Collection apart is a curated collection of European antiques and decorative objects not limited by time or function. Based in Stockholm, Sweden the collection continually evolves blending organic, tactile and sculptural furniture, art and objects from a mix of art and design movements but always with a modernist sensibility. Each piece is carefully sourced and given a new context that feels personal and new to show the unique value and personal meaning that antiques and decorative arts can bring to any contemporary home

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