I then moved interstate and operated in Brisbane for about 2 years. In I moved to the North of Brisbane. About 14 years all up.
Pasha chair from Pedrali, price available upon request. For retail information contact info Pedrali. Available at Kartell, Los Angeles.
More Details Low coffee table attributed to Willy Rizzo, circa Features a newly lacquered high-gloss bright white wood top with custom-made square solid block Lucite feet and original chrome base. Lucite block legs are 4" square.
Hollywood and Lucite was a marriage made in heaven. In the 's, when polyacrylics, a group of transparent thermoplastics, came into wide use, designers chose Lucite as a way to add panache to the homes of glamorous clients. You see it in old photographs of the houses of movie stars like Claudette Colbert, who carefully displayed her Oscar for ''It Happened One Night'' on a Lucite table in her living room. Lucite was trademarked by DuPont in the 's it is also called Plexiglas and Perspex and was first used as a glass substitute for industrial purposes like boat windshields and aircraft windows.
Lucite and molded plastic can be clear, smoked or tinted, or a solid color. The formula for acrylic glass was developed inand a variety of companies internationally brought it to market through the s. Through the s and s, Lucite was the medium of choice in evoking the futuristic and space-age for modernist and experimental furniture designers.
A Lucite coffee table base in my maximal bohemian rental. Photo by Dabito. There are many reasons we love vintage furniture — the feel, the stories and equally important, the lower impact on our earth.
Acrylic and Lucite furnishings are the perfect mix of playful and sophisticated, making them an essential addition to modern spaces everywhere. If you're in the market for such a piece, one of the first designers you'll likely turn to is Alexandra von Furstenbergknown for her bright neon acrylic offeringsfrom trays to tables. The designer also happens to know a thing or two about how to clean acrylic and care for these delightfully transparent creations.
Ahhhhh, lucite. The trend of the decade- and for so many great reasons. Because these pieces are completely transparent, they really open up the space that it lives in.