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post #1982 of 4173
You really are a Jasper Morrison slut, aren't you? smile.gif

I think if we went with one of his designs, we'd do the cantilevered Hal chairs. Legs with the Saarinen are just wrong.
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You really are a Jasper Morrison slut, aren't you? smile.gif

of course! Look at that fucking chair.
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For now, we don't care about the floors. We rent.

Well, you are most likely going to pay for damaged floors when you move.


I have wanted to see a Established & Sons Tudor next to Saarinen or platner table for years.

post #1985 of 4173
The concrete Chair One is EIGHTY-FIVE pounds. Hmm.
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of course! Look at that fucking chair.

I like his high-backed Lotus chair best. The lounge chair version is being considered for our living room. Or the Panton System 1-2-3 lounge chair in quilted leather.
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Well, you are most likely going to pay for damaged floors when you move.


I have wanted to see a Established & Sons Tudor next to Saarinen or platner table for years.


The E&S is okay--but again, I really want to avoid legs. If I were going to pick a chair with legs, they'd need to look very light. The stacking version of the Chair One, for example.
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The concrete Chair One is EIGHTY-FIVE pounds. Hmm.
I'm pretty sure your wife is 85 pounds. Poor girl when she becomes trapped at the table in those chairs.

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I like his high-backed Lotus chair best. The lounge chair version is being considered for our living room.
bird chair. Our ideal living room will have a bird chair, peacock chair, and then inconspicuous everything else.

i prefer the S-chair to the Panton, but that's just me.
post #1987 of 4173
A sled base. How big is this table? How many seats?
post #1988 of 4173
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I'm pretty sure your wife is 85 pounds. Poor girl when she becomes trapped at the table in those chairs.

It will just remind her that I'm useful.

I think 85 pounds can be moved back and forth okay, actually. We just need to put some felt or something underneath the concrete. Anyway, I think they'll be freaking gorgeous, so that makes it worth all the trouble.
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bird chair. Our ideal living room will have a bird chair, peacock chair, and then inconspicuous everything else.[

i prefer the S-chair to the Panton, but that's just me.

Are you trying to stage an abstract zoo?

The Panton System 1-2-3 Lounge Chair Deluxe in brown leather:



Tell me that doesn't just ooze slippery 70's sex.
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Are you trying to stage an abstract zoo?

I always loved the look of the bird chair, and then I sat in one. Now it's a must have.

the peacock chair is just ridiculous to the max, and that's why I love it.
post #1990 of 4173
The Bird chair is cool, but not useful for us. I assume you tried out othermatt's?

The Peacock chair is troubling to everything I believe in aesthetically. Better than the horse lamp you posted a while back, though . . .

What is your current living room setup?

Also I take it from your silence on the matter that you are indeed aroused by the Panton lounge chair I posted.
post #1991 of 4173
Have you sat in the Peacock chair? I like finn juhl, but have a preference for the model 45 for use as a pair. They're pretty sweet.

Edit* Shit, i'm thinking of the pelican chair.

Are you talking about Han's Wegner's peacock chair?
post #1992 of 4173
I really don't like those Panton chairs, but I feel that way about most of his designs.
post #1993 of 4173
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The Bird chair is cool, but not useful for us. I assume you tried out othermatt's?
what uses were you considering for a chair?
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The Peacock chair is troubling to everything I believe in aesthetically. Better than the horse lamp you posted a while back, though . . .
no, they are both awesome. That is a fact, not an opinion.
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What is your current living room setup?
Muji wood + wire desk (which I love), grey file cabinet under, Eames eifel chair for the desk, some piece of shit sofa from Room and Board (I almost came close to buying a Hollow sofa from B&B yesterday for $2K, but it was too small), Corb LC3 Méridienne, antique coffee table (posted a pic in the antiques thread, two Tesso book cases at either side of the non-functioning fireplace.
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Also I take it from your silence on the matter that you are indeed aroused by the Panton lounge chair I posted.
slippery 70's sex ruined it.
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I love this thread. inlove.gif
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Have you sat in the Peacock chair? I like finn juhl, but have a preference for the model 45 for use as a pair. They're pretty sweet.

Edit* Shit, i'm thinking of the pelican chair.

Are you talking about Han's Wegner's peacock chair?

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and yes, I've sat in one.
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