From thought to action. A red chair appeared in the imagination and was drawn in the sketchbook. A drawing that was then modeled in the computer. But the innovative form lacked the attributes required for a mass-produced chair, and it became clear to Alexander Lervik that the result would be a limited edition art object.
The red chair was shown for the first time in 2005 at Alexander's exhibition Five playful chairs at Gallery Pascal in Stockholm. It has been produced in ten copies of which seven have been sold, purchased by, among others, the National Museum in Stockholm, the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, the National Museum in Oslo and SAK, Sweden's public Art Association.
The chair is included in several international books, such as the encyclopedia Modern Furniture - 150 years of design by H.F. Ullmans Publishers. It is also published in newspapers such as the New York Times, Financial Times, Harald Tribune, China Morning Post and more.
Dimensions: 450 x 450 x 710 mm
Material: Lacquered steel rods