The Swan Chair was Designed in 1958 by Danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen for the Amsterdam Royal Hotel. This is a premium reproduction of the original design. The chair was designed to resemble the largest native North American bird, the trumpeter swan.
First intended as an outstretched reception chair, the piece is expansive like the wings of its namesake. While organic living promotes the harmonious balance between human habitation and the natural world, achieving proper balance is a challenge. While the padded fiberglass shell is upholstered in a layer of fabric, the admiration for this piece comes from a much deeper source. While the chair rests firmly on a sturdy polished aluminum frame, it’s the abandonment from the particulars of engineering and industry that make it so endearing.
One - Swan Chair
LUMO is a handcrafted jewelry line designed and handmade in California. LUMO's style is modern and versatile, inspired by California's free spirit and natural beauty. Incorporating fine handcrafted metals with precious and semi-precious gemstones and pearls, LUMO Jewelry is the perfect way to channel personal expression and complement one's individual style.
14K solid yellow gold band.
Approximately 11mm tall
Handcrafted in our studio
Fine art photographer, Byron Jorjorian has been capturing the natural world on film for over 32 years. He is considered by many to be one of the nation's premier fine art nature photographers. With over 400,000 images in his files, his photographs have appeared on nationally published greeting cards, calendars, magazines, posters, murals, fine art prints, brochures, and advertising. Byron has had over 11,000 images published and more than 22,000 prints installed worldwide."
"My “Artist Sense” has always been attracted to and delighted in the details of nature. For me they are every bit as amazing as the grand landscape."View full product details
59·4 x 84·1 cm
emulsion + fluorescent thread sewn on Splendorlux White Gloss paper
Ant Pearce is an emerging British artist. He comes from a background in biochemistry and IT. He worked in the City of London as a senior business consultant for more than ten years before embarking on a life within the visual arts. After completing an intensive course at Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, he enrolled in 2010 on the MA Visual Arts course at Camberwell College of Arts, graduating with Merit in late 2012. He has shown work in London and the UK, Europe and the US. His practice is based in London.
His practice focuses on the concept that man is condemned to exist imprisoned. Through his work he explores the fragility of life, drawing on human psychology. Influenced by Freud’s theories and the writings and philosophies of Dostoyevsky, Kafka and Camus, his work alludes to the idea that the omnipresent external authority is what brings about man’s aberrant destructive behaviours.