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  • Urbancase Modern Minimal 1.2 Chair
    purehome.com
    Urbancase Modern Minimal 1.2 Chair
    The perfect complement to a minimal home, the 1.2 Chair from Urbancase packs quite a design punch in a pared-down form. It's custom-made from solid walnut wood and has clean lines with a contoured seat for optimum comfort. Aluminum joints give it an industrial touch, while a vintage-wool seat cover adds a warm touch. Pair it with a contemporary dining table, or use it as a simply chic office chair. 16.5" W x 18" D x 32.5" H. Solid walnut, aluminum, vintage wool. Color of wool may vary. No returns on custom merchandize. The Modern Minimal 1.2 Chair by Urbancase is made to order in USA.
  • The 1.2 Chair By urbancase
    2modern.com
    The 1.2 Chair By urbancase
    A handcrafted side/dining chair made from solid walnut with an aluminum joint. Contoured seatpan with a 100% wool german army surplus blanket cushion.
  • Urbancase The 1.2 Chair
    bobbyberkhome.com
    Urbancase The 1.2 Chair
    The 1.2 Chair by Urbancase. A handcrafted side/dining chair made from solid walnut with an aluminum joint. Contoured seatpan with a 100% wool German army surplus blanket cushion. Materials: Solid walnut, aluminum and wool. Low VOC satin clear coat. Dimensions: 32.5H x 18D x 16.5W" Urbancase is a Seattle based furniture design and build firm founded in 2002 by metal worker and sculptor Darin Montgomery. Their design philosophy is to create objects that contribute to a simpler, pared back lifestyle focusing on basic aesthetic elements and functionality. Urbancase makes informed decisions about the materials and methods we use in an attempt to minimize the negative impact on the environment. Catherine Grisez, Rachel Illingworth, and Darin Montgomery form a partnership that combines artistic experience and design sensibility. Known for innovative techniques and a creative use of materials including wood, metal, ink, and resin, Urbancase hand builds each piece in their Seattle workshop.
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