MC 2 - Branca 實木扶手單椅

MC 2 - Branca 實木扶手單椅

32,000.00

由 Sam Hecht / Industrial Facility 團隊所設計,靈感來自於樹枝 (Branches) - 從扶手延伸至椅腳,宛如樹上生長的枝條。使用單塊木料,輔以高技術 CNC 機器人設備所雕塑而成型,溫潤的實木線條,彷彿無接縫式的完美製程,輕盈好取,堆疊方便,可為精湛工藝!

材質:梣木

尺寸:寬 57cm x 深 54cm x 高 82cm (座高 45.5cm)

顏色:原色梣木、黑、白、墨綠、 (褐色/椅面原色梣木上蠟) 

產地:義大利

備註:此款可加價選購「可拆式羊毛紡織座墊」

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Sam Hecht was born in London in 1969. His training began at the Central Saint Martins School of Art. His interest in industrial design and architecture led him to apprenticeships including David Chipperfield. Hecht thus began to define the style that characterises his personality as a designer. A profound search for the essential, acute observation of the world we live in and a belief that simplicity can be inspirational. In 1993 he completed his Masters at the Royal College of Art, followed by 3 years in California with IDEO, and 3 years in Tokyo. This period involved the collaborations with Naoto Fukasawa, produc- ing some startling product typologies over the course of 6 years. In 2002, he co-founded Industrial Facility with his partner Kim Colin. He began to work with manufacturers, and the number of clients increased in just a few years. For Muji Japan he created the ‘Second Phone’ (2004), which led to him being invited to become Retained Designer for World Muji. For Taylor’s Eye Witness, a Sheffield company, he also became main designer pro- ducing notable sequels to Robert Welch’s work, selected for the Museum Für Kunsthandw- erk, Frankfurt and awarded the Design Plus and IF Gold prize for 2006. More recently he has been appointed Design Advisor to Herman Miller. His career has also included teaching and lecturing activities. Between 2006 – 10, he acted as Senior tutor at the Royal College of Art, London, forming Platform 12 and in 2011 was appointed visiting professor of HfG Karlsruhe in Germany. In 2010 he was awarded the ‘Designs of the Year’ for the BRANCA CHAIR. In 2008, he was elected as a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI), the highest acco- lade a designer can receive in the UK, and was also nominated for the Prince Philip Design Prize.