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Bradley L. Bowers

Frank Chair

$12,000.00
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Description/

The Frank Chair, inspired by the works of Frank Gehry, is a sinuous and curvaceous chair, based upon a curved wood frame. Offering a unique, upright sitting experience, the Frank Chair, coupled with a digitally printed orange and forest green upholstery, pays homage to Gehry’s own ingenuity through Bowers continued exploration and abandonment of traditional ways of looking at the linear and plane within space in design.

 

Edition of 12+1 AP


Bradley L. Bowers

designer

Bradley L. Bowers explores the dynamic overlap between rapid-prototyping and artisanal craftsmanship. The studio uses contemporary digital-modeling tools in unison with traditional craft techniques to achieve objects and forms that redefine the norms. After earning honors and advanced degrees from the Savannah College of Art and Design, the Atlanta native founded his studio to bring the worlds of art and design together. He creates site-specific new media art installations, pop-up experiences, and bespoke pieces for fashion brands, art institutions, and private clients. As well as exhibiting work in Miami, New York, New Orleans, Atlanta, and Milan, his work is in a variety of permanent collections.

  • Date/

    2022

  • Color/

    Green, Orange

  • Material/

    Fabric, Foam, Wood

  • Dimension/

    81.0 x 77.0 x 56.0 cm (31.9 x 30.3 x 22.0 in)

  • Made to order/

    Yes

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