• Frank Gehry Hat Trick Chair
  • Frank Gehry Hat Trick Chair
The ribbon-like design of Frank Gehry's Hat Trick chair integrates material with structure, transcending all conventions of style.

Available with or without arms and arms may be retrofitted on armless version or removed from arm version
Optional "shower-cap" seat cushion, available in a variety of fabrics and leathers, envelops the entire seat

ASID Award, 1992
ROSCO Award, 1992
ID Magazine Gold Award, 1992
ICFE Award for Excellence, 1992
IBD Award (Silver), 1992
Premium Imperiale Award (Prince Takamatsu World Culture Award), 1992
Time Magazine, Best Design of 1992 Award

Hard white maple veneers in 2"- wide, 1/34"-thick strips; all wood grains run in the same direction for resilience
Laminated to 5- or 7-ply thickness with high-bonding urea glue
Contoured seat constructed of cross-ply maple for rigidity
Cushions are ½"-thick, high-resiliency foam
Glides are clear plastic with matte frost finish

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