Dieter Sandrock Fundstück Chair
  • Dieter Sandrock Fundstück Chair
In the year 1967 the final work of Dieter Sandrock at the then "Staatliche Werkkunstschule Kassel" (national artwork school) was the design of a lounge chair; it was a child of its time. Chrome-plated flat steel for the supporting structure and a base in the form of a cross, a sophisticated plywood seat. as well as unusual partial upholstery, were the exquisite ingredients. Transformed to our time the leather-covered seat shell rests on a dynamic looking sled-based frame with plastic gliders.

The strikingly bent back seat with its upholstery, which reaches up the lower back, has remained, even if slightly modified - something special even after 47 years.

Design:
Dieter Sandrock

Manufacturer:
KFF