Chairpedia. 101 stories of chairs
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Every chair tells its own story, and all of them fit into this book. Even the stories in which design, paradoxically, is not the most important subject.
The Chairpedia is a project that includes writers and design historians, architecture critics, and art curators. A compilation of tales and amazing anecdotes around the chair that started with the narrations of Mauricio Wiesenthal in the book “Tales to Read Seated”, published by Andreu World.
Edited by Ramón Ubeda, and including texts by Álvaro Castro, Maria José Ballcells, Santi Barjau, Isabel Campi, Guillem Celada, Daniel Cid, Isabel Del Río, Ana Domínguez, José María Faerna, Albert Fuster, Daniel Giralt-Miracle, Rosina Gómez Baeza, Oriol Pibernat, Mónica Piera, Sofía Rodríguez, Rosalía Torrent, Patricio Sáiz and Carmen Sevilla. Illustrated by Antonio Solaz.
101 stories about chairs: from their design, to the people who use them, without forget their final destination.
- 21x32 cm
- Publishing House
- La Fábrica
- Date edition