Roodblauwe Red and Blue Chair, a milestone in furniture design, in miniature. A perfect gift for those interested in design and interiors.
The original chair was designed by Gerrit Rietvald, a 20th century Dutch furniture designer and architect. This chair in its design and use of colour bears resemblance to work by Piet Mondrian. Both Mondrian and Rietveld were inspired by the journal of Theo Van Doeasburg who purported a school of thought ‘De Stijl’ or ‘neoplasticism’. This movement advocated essentialism of form and colour to show pure abstraction and universality.
Whereas Mondrian demonstrated this school of thought by landscape and painting, Rietvald took to the concept of an armchair which he transformed into a 3D geometric expression of ‘De Stijl’ thought.
This chair is 1:6 scale to the original chair and details such as the natural grain of the wood and the screws have been reproduced. Dimensions 140 x 143 x 109 mm
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Custom prints UK £7.50
Insured UK courier £25
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