How is the Case Study fiberglass chair made? The same way it was made in 1950 when they were made on the same press as they are today.
The process of making fiberglass products with high fiber prominence was the state of the art in 1950, even though it involves a considerable amount of hand crafting. Today fiber prominent fiberglass is a nearly forgotten art.
The fibrous pattern texture slightly varies from chair to chair, giving each chair its own unique handmade characteristics. See the rich textured surface of the Case Study Fiberglass Chair in person and you will appreciate the variation of patterns that this process produces. Like a snowflake, each chair has its own tiny variations in the fibrous patterning.
18"W x 16"H x 16"D
16"W x 17"H x 15.5"D
Base available in zinc or black metal finish, maple or walnut, and with or without swivel.