CONSTRUCTIONLESS , chair
Year : 2006
Materials : Multi-rotation moulded Polyethelene in almost every color possible.
Size : H31,49" W19,68" D23,62" ( H80 W50 D60 cm )
Inspired and named after the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, the Constructionless chair by Richard Hutten was designed as the refectory chair of the 21st century. Seemingly heavy, the chair is in fact light due to a hollow construction and the use of polyethelene.
Guest of the wedding ceremony of the Dutch crown Prince Willem-Alexander and Princess Maxima sat on these chairs at the Beurs of Berlagel.
The pattern on the outside is the result of the rotating in the mold, and can not be controled making each chair Unique.
Category : Limited edition of 20 ( Numbered in the serie and signed by the Artist )