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Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi

Ombre Glass Chair, 2017

Valeur estimée: EUR 6.500,00 - 9.000,00

Conversion des devises
Conversion des devises
USD 7.704,00 - 10.667,00
GBP 5.899,00 - 8.168,00
Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi
Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi
Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi
Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi

Germans Ermics with Galleria Rossana Orlandi
Glass chair

cm 60x60x70

CHARTY AUCTION FOR LUIGI SACCO HOSPITAL IN MILAN, LOTS WITH NO BUYER'S PRIMIUM

Lot offered by Galleria Rossana Orlandi with a 50% donation, subject to VAT, shipped from Milan, Italy


Ombré Glass Chair (2017) is a tribute to Shiro Kuramata (1934 – 1991). His iconic Glass Chair
(1976) is one of the most influential furniture designs of the 20th century. A breakthrough concept, and one that is profoundly true to its material, Glass Chair set a precedent for the direction of design in glass, in which the simplicity, transparency, and seeming weightlessness of the material are emphasized. The Glass Chair exemplifies fascination with immateriality and transparency. Employing the revolutionary, new industrial product Photobond 100, which cleanly bonds glass, Kuramata was able to join six sheets of glass without screws, mounts or reinforcements thus eliminating all traces of structure. Formed solely from planes of clear glass, the chair’s solid state seems to dissolve. Almost invisible, these planes, without tangible support, hang in the air.


Germans Ermi s wields light, space, and color to catalyze a shift in how we perceive objects. For the past few years, he has crafted refined and ethereal pieces of glass furniture. Because of the utilitarian functions of glass, we rarely pay it any mind, as we encounter it daily. But in Ermi s’s designs, glass becomes the stage for exquisite color treatments: It can be soft and frosted to blur the edges of form; ombré, to gently draw your eye across the surface; or mirrored, to reflect and manipulate the space you occupy.
ASTA CHARITY PER L'OSPEDALE LUIGI SACCO DI MILANO, LOTTI VENDUTI SENZA COMMISSIONI Lotto offerto da Galleria Rossana Orlandi con donazione al 50% soggetto ad IVA, spedito da Milano, Italia Ombré Glass Chair (2017) è un tributo a Shiro Kuramata (1934 – 1991). La sua iconica Glass Chair (1976) è uno degli elementi d'arredo più influenti del ventesimo secolo. Con il suo concetto innovativo, profondamente fedele al materiale di cui è composta, la Glass Chair ha creato un precedente per il design del vetro, dove la semplicità, la trasparenza e l'apparente leggerezza del materiale sono messe in rilievo. La Glass Chair esemplifica questa fascinazione per l'immaterialità e la trasparenza. Utilizzando un nuovo prodotto industriale rivoluzionario, Photobond 100, che lega il vetro senza tracce, Kuramata è riuscito a unire sei fogli di vetro senza viti, supporti o rinforzi, eliminando ogni traccia di struttura. Essendo creata soltanto di piani di vetro trasparente, lo stato solido della sedia sembra venir meno. Quasi invisibili, questi piani, privi di supporto tangibile, fluttuano nell'aria. Germans Ermi s wields light, space, and color to catalyze a shift in how we perceive objects. For the past few years, he has crafted refined and ethereal pieces of glass furniture. Because of the utilitarian functions of glass, we rarely pay it any mind, as we encounter it daily. But in Ermi s’s designs, glass becomes the stage for exquisite color treatments: It can be soft and frosted to blur the edges of form; ombré, to gently draw your eye across the surface; or mirrored, to reflect and manipulate the space you occupy.
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Valeur estimée

EUR 6.500,00 - 9.000,00

 
Conversion des devises
USD 7.704,00 - 10.667,00
GBP 5.899,00 - 8.168,00
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EUR 9.000,00

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