Offered by: Original in Berlin
Karl-Marx-Allee 83 Berlin 10243 , Germany Call Seller 00493060936046


Large Lotus Chair by Dan Wenger

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  • Description
    The Lotus chair designed by Daniel Wenger in the 1960s. Handmade during the 1970s and currently since 2009 by Daniel and son Sam. Solid steel powder-coated frame with heavy handpicked latigo leather sling. The large version has more spring in the feel of the chair than the regular or small versions. The leather can be chosen in black, cognac, red and dark brown. Frame is lacquered in black or steel. Delivery time is around 14 weeks.
  • More Information
    Customization Options: The leather can be chosen in black, cognac, red and dark brown.
    Frame is lacquered in black or steel.
    Documentation: Signed
    Origin: United States, California
    Period: New
    Materials: Steel, Leather
    Condition: Good. Excellent
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Contemporary, Mid Century
    Dealer Reference #: on order
    Incollect Reference #: 314880
  • Dimensions
    W. 34 in; H. 47 in; D. 36 in;
    W. 86.36 cm; H. 119.38 cm; D. 91.44 cm;
Message from Seller:

Spread across more than 500 m2 of retail space, Original in Berlin offers a wide range of Mid-Century Modern and selected studio furniture, lighting and accessories. Here, design lovers can find rarities by well known designers such as Charlotte Perriand, Hans J. Wegner, Pierre Chapo and Gio Ponti, as well as American classics by Paul McCobb, Jens Risom and George Nelson.

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