The structure is highly reflective appearing to lighten the mass of the design. The byproduct of reflectivity is that it absorbs and becomes part of the environment it is placed. It is an object at one moment and folds into space the next. The reflective bronze enables an expression of fluidity in form. Paradoxically, while each piece appears to be a celebration of industrial design, in reality they are all meticulously handmade.
The mohair and cotton velvet fabric is a natural material that is visually soft with multidimensional hues created by how the light hits it and is used in all of the chairs. The fabric is supple and almost warm to the touch, in contrast to the cool precision of the machine made bronze. Dining Chair is an edition of 12 + 4 AP.
Krueck + Sexton is an architecture practice based in Chicago. It was founded by Ron Krueck and Mark Sexton in 1979.
Krueck + Sexton
Mirror Polished Bronze, Mohair Velvet
85.09 H x 50.80 W x 50.80 D cm