Crin Dining Side Chair

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Crin Dining Side Chair

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The Crin Dining Side Chair is the highlight of the debut collection by Steven Volpe. Asked to reimagine the Antalya Dining Collection, an iconic McGuire design, Volpe designed this chair in an effort to rearticulate John and Elinor's vision for the 21st century. The Crin Dining Side Chair embodies the beauty of the debut collection with its soft, matte finishes; thoughtful curves; subtle design details; woven rawhide and graceful rattan poles. Using the same materials as the Antalya predecessors, Volpe reduced the scale of the rattan, bending it in a subtle but elegant gesture, and constrasted it with dramatic rawhide weaving and graphic brass nailheads; the result is totally contemporary. Volpe named each piece from a source book of antique sewing materials and terms; the naming convention references his respect for old-fashioned hand tailoring and fabrication methods that John and Elinor brought to their furniture, along with their love for fashionable attire. Crin, a stiff fabric, usually from horsehair, was used to provide definition in ancient dress or hatmaking techniques. Available in any of McGuire's Matte finishes including the new Matte Umber; brass nailheads come standard.

Crin Dining Side Chair

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Dimensions (cm)

W61.6 x D61 x H75.6

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Steven Volpe

Steven Volpe

Steven Volpe established Studio Volpe in San Francisco after spending several years in Paris immersing himself in European design culture and history. he has developed a reputation for orchestrating important fine and decorative art, both vintage and contemporary, in unexpected compositions that privilege connoisseurship as well as comfort. A fixture on the Architectural Digest 100 listing of the world’s preeminent designers, he and his work have graced the pages of numerous international publications. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas.

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