cane chairs by Roderick Vos for Driade
Pair of rare rattan cane lounge chairs by Dutch Industrial Designer Roderick Vos.
Designed when: From the Artide Collection released in 2002 by Driade Italy.
Inspiration: Roderick Vos, born in 1965, son of a furniture maker, obtained a 1990 Industrial Design degree from the Academy Eindoven Netherlands. He worked for a period in Japan and also in Sumbaya Indonesia acquiring a keen interest in Asian culture and the inspiration to create with rattan which soon caught the attention of Italian manufacturer Driade.
Fabrication: steel frame encased in natural reed wicker. In excellent condition with no faults.
DC Stylist: As nice to look at as they are to relax in. To maintain condition keep indoors or under cover away from sun and rain.
Design Consigned Collector: These cane Agung lounge chairs by Roderick Vos are significant examples of the post 2000 global emergence of Dutch freelance designers led by Marcel Wanders. His contemporary organic designs were heralded as unique and have inspired many since. His work is held at the Design & Arts Museum NYC.
Stamp or Mark of authenticity: both wear Driade labels
Purchase verification: provided
DC Insider: One owner who has had little time to use them but enjoyed them more as ‘sculptural pieces’. Since moving they are keen for them to go to a new home where they will be treasured as the rare design objects that they are.
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- Dimensions: H75cm W90.5cm D115cm
- Condition: 5/5