Celebrated American designer/craftsman Wendell Castle (1932-2018) created unique pieces of handmade sculpture and furniture for over four decades. Since the outset of his career, Castle consistently challenged the traditional boundaries of functional design and established himself as the father of the American studio furniture movement. Castle was renowned for his superb craftsmanship, his whimsically organic forms and his development of original techniques for shaping solid, stack-laminated wood. His iconic masterpieces in wood and in Technicolor gel-coated fiberglass from the late 1960s and 1970s have become some of the most important and coveted examples of 20th century design.
Stack laminated cherry and walnut
16.5" L x 10.5" W x 23.75" H / 41.9cm L x 26.7cm W x 60.3cm H