Kenneth Smythe chair embodies complex theories of nature
Known for sensational events and publicity-hungry sales, the Chicago-based Wright Modern Design auction house included the Synergistic Synthesis XVII Sub B1 Chair in the March 23 auction. Designed by San Francisco based designer, artist and scientist, Kenneth Smythe, this extraordinary chair is based on the design originating from evolutionary models of nature. Sold for $3,125, the chair is made from Finn birch Laminate, Formica Colorcore, Latigo leather, Sunbrella acrylic, top grain leather, foam rubber, steel and maple dowels. The designer beautifully blends the complex structure into a nice piece of chair, and no one should fail to get moved by the gorgeous cool-color combination.
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