"GRID" chair

by Rasmus Warberg

2.438 incl. tax

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): L-80 W-90 H-80
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Equipped with ample training in both carpentry and design, Rasmus Warberg has developed a strong and clear visual language. The composition of his GRID chair emphasizes the differences between the frame and upholstery. The structural aesthetics of the ash frame is complimented by the natural-hued colors and more organic shapes of the soft seat. In its clean, spare lines, it demonstrates the intersection of his two most powerful influences: Scandinavian design and Japanese furniture, which has been one of his ongoing passions.

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Weight 10,3 kg
Dimensions 85 × 95 × 85 cm
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Rasmus Warberg trained as a carpenter before enrolling in the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied furniture design. A year abroad at the Osaka Seikei University of Art and Design in Japan informed his visual language and his aesthetic philosophy, which draws both from his roots in Scandinavian design and from the way of Japanese craftsmen.

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