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  • Adelta Ball Chair
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    Adelta Ball Chair
    Shell made of fiberglass. Swivel base. Dampens outside noises to create quiet experience. Foam cushions upholstered in woolen fabric. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 47.25 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: 41.33 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: 38.5 Inches.
  • Adelta - Bubble Chair
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    Adelta - Bubble Chair
    Based on the idea of the Ball Chair the Bubble Chair is a reduction of this design. That’s what the designer Eero Aarnio himself said about it: "After I had made the Ball Chair I wanted to have the light inside it and so I had the idea of a transparent ball where light comes from all directions. The only suitable material is acrylic which is heated and blown into shape like a soap bubble. Since I knew that the dome-shaped skylights are made in this way I contacted the manufacturer and asked if it would be technically possible to blow a bubble that is bigger than a hemisphere. The answer was yes. I had a steel ring made, the bubble was blown and cushions were added and the chair was ready. The Bubble Chair was born. There is no nice way to make a clear pedestal.” That is the lucky reason why the Bubble Chair hangs from the ceiling. Like the Ball Chair the Bubble Chair also impresses the user by the special acoustics. The Bubble Chair swallows the sounds and you feel isolated inside in a pleasant way, even when you are in a crowded place. At the EXPO 2000 in Hannover eleven Bubble Chairs were installed in the Cycle Bowl "Blue Box" of the Grüne Punkt Deutschland Pavilion as small, individual information spaces within the library. The Norwegian phone company Telenor has installed some Bubble Chairs in the entrance hall of their new building in Oslo to offer calm "rooms" for mobile phoning. The transparent chair is used in music videos, advertising and fashion magazines. The Bubble Chair also stands for modern and successful life, as its appearance in music videos, publicity and lifestyle magazines. The Bubble Chair is available with a cover with white, silver (100% Polyurethane) leather coatings. The chains suspension is also available as accessories.
  • Adelta Bubble Chair Armchair
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    Adelta Bubble Chair Armchair
    Created in 1968 by Eero Aarnio. After he had made the Ball Chair he wanted to have the light inside it and so he had the idea of a transparent ball where light comes from all directions. The only suitable material is acrylic which is heated and blown into shape like a soap bubble. Since he knew that the dome-shaped skylights are made in this way he contacted the manufacturer and asked if it would be technically possible to blow a bubble that is bigger than a hemisphere. The answer was yes. He had a steel ring made, the bubble was blown and cushions were added and the chair was ready. And again the name was obvious: BUBBLE." In detail: Type : Armchair. Colour : Clear - Silver cushions. Material : Acrylglass -Chromed steel bar - Cushion Taifun silver. Dimensions : H 108 x W 105 x D 83 cm. Characteristics : 2 meter chain + hooks.
  • Adelta - Eero Aarnio's Ball Chair
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    Adelta - Eero Aarnio's Ball Chair
    In 1966 the Ball Chair was presented at the international furniture fair in Cologne. It was the sensation of the fair, the international breakthrough for its designer Eero Aarnio and the start for a whole line of fibreglass designs by Aarnio. The Ball Chair - or Globe Chair as it's called sometimes - was designed by using one of the simplest geometric forms - the ball. Cutting of a part and fixing it at one point Eero Aarnio comes to a remarkable result - a completely unconventional shaped chair: A Ball Chair is a "room within a room" with a cosy and calm atmosphere, protecting outside noises and giving a private space for relaxing or having a phone call. Turning around its own axis on the base the view to the outer space is variable for the user and thus he is not completely excluded from world outside. The path to a change in furniture design of the twentieth century, the Ball Chair by Adelta is therefore an unconventional result which even delights individualists of the whole world forty years after its première. Can you imagine what the Ball Chair looks like in green with red cushions? Or in orange and violet? You can find out about what Ball Chair type you are by clicking on this. (Interactive Colour Simulation).
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