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Who said I didn't care?The Monza looks more like a direct Wegner Round chair homage. The rear legs are not particularly inset and the backrest gently slopes into the armrests.
This chair came out in 2011, a year after the Hiroshima chair. The Sean Yoo came out in 2013. This is not helping disprove that they are rip-offs.Show me something pre-2010.
Nope. The fancy-foo fixture is gone for good.
Eh. Not a parent, but while I would happily commit anything and everything to raising a child as best I can, I don't believe that would require me to pick different furniture.You have not seen the new furniture we've picked. May be in for a surprise. I was not kidding--we have changed our point of view. We don't want to a live in a contemporary design museum.
No--not sure why that would change our approach to furniture.
SG, can you post a drawing of what this table/bed is going to look like? That's what I meant earlier. Impossible to place in context otherwise.
It's not fatigue. It's waking up.Common style in what sense? The two chairs are extremely, conspicuously similar. The cant of the inset rear legs, the seamless integration between the legs and arm rests, the pronounced backward tilted seat, the raised backrest, etc., make for a distinctive combination clearly strongly influenced by Wegner's Round chair. Show me a third chair that is equally similar looking.
There you go sexualizing furniture again.
It's too pointy.
We had a pendant before. It creates a very strong mood. We did not want that.
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