L’étrange cas de l’Airline Chair

Dans la Californie des années 1930, un designer d’origine allemande, Kem Weber, a imaginé un fauteuil livré à plat et facile à monter. L’Airline Chair, invention particulièrement avant-gardiste pour l’époque, connaîtra cependant un surprenant destin (lire la suite sur Slate)

During the 1930s, a California-based, German-born designer named Kem Weber has imagined a flat-packed, easy to assemble chair. The Airline Chair was a cutting edge invention, much ahead of its time, that encountered an astonishing destiny (read the whole story on Slate -sorry for the English speaking readers though, I only wrote it it French this time)


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  • ernø

    Très avantgardiste à l’heure de l’e-commerce cela fonctionnerait très bien aujourd’hui !

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