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Item No. 470018

Gehry Cross Check Armchair

C$ 5,770.00
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Item No. 470018

Gehry Cross Check Armchair

C$ 5,770.00
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Maple
Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 9 weeks
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  • Unique aesthetic.
  • Light, sturdy.
  • No metal connectors.
  • 33.63" H 28.5" W 24.88" D
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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Frank Gehry for Knoll®
Gehry Cross Check Armchair
C$ 5,770.00
Bentwood made beautiful — The Gehry Cross Check Armchair seems to be moving even before you sit in it. When you do sit, its flex and contouring keep you comfortable.
Details

Details

Bent, woven, and curled

Inspired by the strength of the apple crates he played on as a child, Frank Gehry created his thoroughly original Gehry Collection (1990) of bentwood furniture for Knoll. Paying homage to his Canadian roots, he named the pieces after ice hockey terms. One of those designs, the Gehry Cross Check Armchair, implements wafer-thin strips of laminated maple into featherweight yet sturdy forms, evoking the simple strength and resilience of hockey sticks themselves. Made in U.S.A.
  • Unique aesthetic.
  • Light, sturdy.
  • No metal connectors.
Brand Knoll®
General Dimensions
  • 33.63" H 28.5" W 24.88" D
Product Weight 12 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 37" H 31" W 27" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty 5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Gehry Cross Check Armchair

  • Height (in): 33.63
  • Width (in): 28.5
  • Depth (in): 24.88
  • Weight (lbs): 12
  • Seat Height (in): 18.13
  • Hard white maple veneers laminated to 6- to 9-ply thickness
  • High-bonding urea glue
  • Clear plastic glides
Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry is one of the most internationally recognized and prolific architects and designers. His work defies categorization but has made him an icon of architecture and can be loosely defined as "deconstructivist." Gehry’s architectural fascination with aluminum and his proficiency in meshing components of engineering and design create innovative, user-friendly furniture.

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