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tina roeder

white monobloc plastic chair: SERIES OF FOUND/OLD/DECAYING GARDEN CHAIRS STARTED IN 2002. THE CHAIRS ARE INDIVIDUALLY PERFORATED AND SANDED IN ORDER TO GIVE EACH ONE A NEW LIFE AND MAKE IT COLLECTIBLE.

The monobloc, a mass product made into a limited edition raises the question of its material and immaterial, societal, cultural, aesthetical and ethical values.

The monobloc’s charm lies in its democratic concept – it’s the most sold chair worldwide, everyone can own it. The project is an attempt to reveal the beauty of that idea and to make visible what lies beneath the surface.

Collection (2002-2009), old and rare monobloc models, polypropylene,
individually perforated (up to ten thousand holes each), sanded by hand.
Various sizes. Numbered limited edition of 33 unique pieces, 2009

White Billion Chairs is being distributed via Appel Design Gallery, Berlin.

tina roeder

fredrik mattson exhibition

Fellows, produced by bla station, 2008 fredrik mattson exhibition from: june 18 to august 10, 2008 at: form/design centre, malmo, sweden swedish designer fredrik mattson is known for his simplistic and colorful style. he has designed for companies such as bla station and zero. some of his most recognisable works are perhaps the innovation chair and the snooze chair. the exhibition features mattson’s work from early on his career until present. view more: http://www.fredrikmattson.se http://www.formdesigncenter.com related: stockholm furniture fair

Via Design Boom