Pylon Chair by Tom Dixon
The Pylon Chair which has been designed by Tom Dixon is exceptional, different and only recognized as chair on the second or third glimpse.
The Pylon Chair, produced by Cappellini, is considered a real artwork. The chair, which is only made out of thin steel piles and completely by hand, is another design masterpiece of the awarded Tom Dixon. Despite of the breakable and weightless appearance, the interwoven frame parts of the Pylon Chair ensure secure hold.
Tom Dixon again proves his love for unusual forms as well as experimentally appealing designs with this seating furniture. The 1992 born Pylon Chair is lined in a series of exciting objects such as also the S-Chair, which has been brought to the market in 1989 by Cappellini for the first time. The S-Chair is exposed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York today.
The Pylon Chair is made out of steel bars and available in many different lacquers. Cappellini offers the chair in orange, blue, plaster white or aluminium. The seat is 60 x 67 cm large and 41 cm high. The chair measures 128 cm with its backrest.