Brand: Emorden Furniture
Color: White(fulfillmet By Merchant)
- Product Dimension (inch):L14.6*W16.9*H29.5, Seat height: 17 inches(43CM)
- Top quality reproduction of the original designed by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld in 1934. Fits perfectly in living room, bedroom, leisure area, hall, lobby, dining room, waiting area, etc.
- Made of solid wood with ash wood veneer, merged in a Z-shape with dovetail joints, unique & steady.
- Designed with eight rubbers on the bottom, protecting from scratching the floor. With a hollow on the Chair's back, easy to move.
- Order online with safe delivery. Warranty: 2 years from the date of purchase for non-man-made damages.
Details: Adult Signature Required Product Attributes: Product Dimension (inch): L14.6*W16.9*H29.5, Seat height: 17 inches(43CM) Package Dimension (inch): L22*W20.1*H31.1N.W. (lb.): 26.5G.W. (lb.): 47.95 Suitable Places: Living Room, Bedroom, Leisure Areas, Hall, Hotel, Villa, Club Maintenance: no heat Company Profile: MLF® is a dedicated manufacturer of very high-quality 20th century modern classic design furniture replica. MLF® was established in 1998 - making us one of the oldest suppliers of this style of furniture. In that time we worked constantly on the refinement and improvement of every design that we manufacture - we firmly believe that the products that we now produce are amongst the finest reproductions found anywhere in the world. Product Story: The Zig Zag Chair was designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1934. Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (24 June 1888-25 June 1964) was a Dutch furniture designer and architect, and was one of the principal members of the Dutch artistic movement called De Stijl, Rietveld is famous for his Red and Blue Chair and for the Rietveld Schroder House, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rietveld had his first retrospective exhibition devoted to his architectural work at the Centraal Museum, Utrecht, in 1958. When the art academy in Amsterdam became part of the higher professional education system in 1968 and was given the status of an Academy for Fine Arts and Design, the name was changed to the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in honour of Rietveld "Gerrit Rietveld: A Centenary Exhibition" at the Barry Friedman Gallery, New York, in 1988 was the first comprehensive presentation of the Dutch architect's original works ever held in the U.S.