The “Garden Egg Chair” turns 50
by Anna Moldenhauer | 12/3/2017
The Adam Brussels Design Museum in Brussels hosts the world’s first solo show on the work of Peter Ghyczy.
Minimalist when it comes to materials, the Duet Series promotes the illusion of space. A hidden beam connects two, two-dimensional surfaces that are both parallel and symmetrical. Deceivingly structured, a supporting bar hidden just under the top gives the look of a ‘floating’ surface. In actual fact, this structure is immense in strength.
The frame is constructed from slender, 2 × 2 cm stainless steel square tubing, produced with the best craftsmanship. The construction results in a very solid table made with a minimum use of material. For the plate you can choose between glass, solid wood, stone and the very special Corian.
|Table finish||table with glider base|
|Table top shape||rectangular|
|Colors||shades of brown|