Bindu Side Chair - Low BackPrice: $889.00
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Design by Brian Kane, 2009.
Combining comfort and craft in this modern version of a classic bucket shape, the Bindu Low Back Side Chair is sensibly designed to express a soft and subtle, yet durable feeling. Bindu is SCS Indoor Advantage™ Gold Certified, featuring built-in lumbar support and non-marring polymer glides. Select from a wide range of fabrics and leathers with a black gloss or trivalent chrome base. For more fabric options, please call our sales department: (800) 236-9100.
Fabrics and leathers will appear loose with comfort wrinkles when upholstered.
Material(s): Bent plywood frame with molded polypropylene foam, fabric or leather upholstery, non-marring polymer glides
- Overall: 25" D X 25" W X 33.75" H
- Inside: 18.75" D X 18.5"–19.5" W X 15" H
- Seat height: 17.75"; Arm height: 26.25"
Designer: Brian Kane
Brian Kane graduated from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Design. He worked for several New York City design studios and spent a year in Milan, Italy, working for Architect Silvio Coppola. His projects included the design of seating and casegoods for such companies as Mobil Italia Spa. and Bernini Spa. After returning to the U.S. he worked in New York for Atelier International (A.I.) on special contract furniture design projects and showroom design, as well as the start-up of U.S. production of Italian designs by Cassina, B&B and Tecno.
In March of 1989, Kane established Kane Design Studio in San Francisco. The firm has been involved in the design and development of products for many companies, including Metro, Steelcase, Turnstone, Landscapeforms, Bernhardt Furniture Co., Martin/Brattrud Inc, Interprofil Gmb, Falcon, Howe, Halcon, Stelter Partners, Fixtures, HBF, and Coalesse. If you have been to an airport or a bank or a hotel in Manhattan midtown or to the Embarcadero in San Francisco - chances are you've sat on one of his designs.
Brian is a member of the Industrial Design Society Association. His designs have won over 80 design awards and have been exhibited at the Whitney and Brooklyn Museums in New York and the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco.View other products by Brian Kane
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