Pop - Little Albert armchair by Ron Arad, hand-painted, Signed Amane

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"Pop" - "Little Albert" armchair by Ron Arad in hand-decorated and colored polyethylene, then lacquered, signed Amane. The fresh, colorful and pop décor created by artist Amane is inspired by the curves and lines of the armchair, giving this unique piece a truly modern touch. One-piece seat and back form a flat base. With its contemporary graphic lines and the geometric purity of its structure, the "Little Albert" armchair - one of the designer's major and emblematic pieces - is highly original. Very light, it can be moved from the living room to the terrace. The oval opening in the backrest makes it easy to handle. Its wide seat and flowing lines ensure optimum comfort. Design Ron ARAD (Tel-Aviv, 1951). Edition MOROSO, 2000. Signed by Amane Babikian, a talented young artist with many passions. She brilliantly combines a career as a national team Ultimate champion with training as an ornamental gilder. She took up the challenge offered by Galerie Atena and dressed this armchair in a polychrome design inspired by the work of Verner Panton, in particular his psychedelic VISIONA 2, created in 1970 for Bayer. She also created another armchair with a monochrome decor inspired by soothing smoke, like a suspended moment.

Ron Arad: designer of curves

Ron Arad, a British designer of Israeli origin, was born in Tel Aviv in 1951. Initially trained at the Jerusalem Academy of Art, Ron Arad went on to study at London's Architectural Association School in 1973. His first creations were pieces of furniture made from metal tubes, called "one-offs" because they were unique pieces. Ron Arad became famous in the early 1970s for creating seats inspired by Rover armchairs, which he found in a car scrapyard. His best-known pieces include the Bookworm shelf from 1993 and the Tom Vac chair from 1997. His astonishing work makes him a free creator without constraints or boundaries, navigating between design, architecture and the visual arts. Ron Arad uses materials such as plastic, polished steel and aluminum to create aerial volutes. His sinusoidal, elliptical and ovoid creations range from one-off pieces to limited editions and industrial production. Ron Arad, whose work is exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, creates pieces for such renowned names as Vitra, Kartell, Moroso, Artemide and Alessi.

Circa: 2000

Dim: W: 73cm, D: 64cm, H: 70cm.
Dim: W: 28,7in, D: 25,2in, H: 27,6in.

Condition report: Very good condition.


Period: 21st century
Style: Pop
Materials : Polyethylene, Acrylic
LP : 1674
Width : 73 (cm)
Height 70 (cm)
Depth 64 (cm)
Delivery : Free delivery

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