Katavolos, Kelley and Littell T-Chairs in Original Cognac Leather - 1970s
DESCRIPTIONKatavolos, Kelley and Littell, chair, chrome-plated steel, enameled steel and cognac leather, United States, 1952. The leather is connected to the frame on three points only resulting in a floating seat. The steel frame holds the leather by means of three separate T-shaped metal rods that are connected via a black connective T. Hence the nickname T-chair. In 1952 William Katavolos, Douglas Kelley and Ross Littell, graduates of The Pratt Institute in New York embarked on a six year collaboration in designing textiles, dinnerware and furniture at Laverne which was established in 1938. One of their most popular designs was the T-chair. The chair is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
W 60 cm, D 60 cm, H 81 cm, SH 45 cm
Continental US€ 1100
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