Sélection de meubles rares de designers canadiens émérites
Rare Canadian designers furniture selection
Montreal Expo Chairs manufactured 1967 by Ebene LaSalle. These sculptural svivel chairs were designed for the 1967 Expo in Montreal hence the name Montreal Pavilion Chair with painted molded plywood frame and a chromed base.
Create by danish industrial designer Christen Sorensen. (1921-2015)Graduate of Denmark’s famed Kunsthandwaerkerskolen, or School for the Arts and Crafts, Sorensen studied under a who’s who of Danish modernism, including Hans J. Wegner, Borge Møgensen, and Bender Madsen. Upon graduation, he opened his own studio; furniture designed and produced there were exhibited at Milan’s Triennale in 1955.
Sorensen moved to Montreal the following year, working on major commercial and transportation projects, and eventually becoming involved in the design of three pavilions in the legendary Expo ’67.
Prix: 4 000$ ch
A. J. Donahue
Lounge chair Designed Circa 1940/1950 The "Winnipeg Chair"
Also known as the "Canadian Coconut Chair," Having a bent plywood frame with original light-orange pile upholstery raised on a metal splayed-leg base.
Prix: 4 000$
Only around 200 were made!
A Canadian icon from the Mid Century Modern era by architect A.J. Donahue. Affectionately known as the "CANADIAN COCONUT CHAIR" or the "WINNIPEG CHAIR" Donahue produced these lounge chairs in the late 1940s & early 1950s with the help of his architectural students at the University of Manitoba. Features a bent plywood shell with a metal rod base and rubber shock mounts. Originally the chairs exterior plywood shell was left exposed .
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The "2001 Chair"
Canadian, industrial designer, 1970s, rare chrome base , clear Lucite "bubble" chairs , two white slip cushions, with U.S. and Canadian patents, otherwise unmarked.
Designed by Canadian design icon Bob Forrest and manufactured by L'image Design, Toronto in1971.
Only 300 were made!
H 27 in. x W 34 in. x D 26 in.
H 68.58 cm x W 86.36 cm x D 66.04 cm