Case Study #22 - ChairPrice: $550.00
Design by Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green, 1939.
Made in the U.S.A. by Modernica.
Since 2002, the Case Study® #22 Chair has been manufactured to exact specifications of the original VKG Chair, built by Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green from 1939 through 1970. Pieces of the Case Study® #22 collection were included in Julius Shulman's iconic photos of Pierre Koenig's Case Study House #22 and the Kaufman house designed by Richard Neutra.
The UV protected stainless steel frame offers superior strength and will not rust. The covering is an extremely durable specialty marine cord, engineered and manufactured for sailing and guaranteed against rot or mildew.
The timeless Case Study® #22 designs are included in the permanent collections of MOMA and LACMA museums.
Standard Delivery is Curbside. White Glove service is available at a premium and must be requested at the time of order placement. Please contact our Sales Department for rates.
Material(s): Powder coated black marine grade stainless steel (grade 304) frame covered in white marine cord
Dimensions: 26" H X 21.5" W X 34.5" D
Designer: Van Keppel-Green
Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green were both born in California in 1914. In the 1930's, while living in San Francisco, Van Keppel created a prototype of his indoor/outdoor furniture made of scrap iron wrapped with marine cord. In 1937 he moved to Los Angeles where he met Taylor Green and the VKG partnership was formed. Most of their clients were architects and designers associated with the Case Study House program. VKG promoted simple, pure, functional design that provided, for the very first time, a consistent design theme that was carried out both indoors and outdoors.View other products by Van Keppel-Green
Modernica. Embracing the legacy of mid-century Modernists.
Modernica has been hand-building Modernist furniture at its state-of-the-art facility in downtown Los Angeles for more than 20 years. From George Nelson's iconic Bubble Lamps, to the distinctive Case Study furniture line to their own original designs, Modernica has built its reputation on quality craftsmanship and authentic mid-century reissues.
Modernica was founded on the principles and the passion of the vibrant North American Modernism movement and is committed to the legacy of making design available and accessible to the masses. Modernica Studio functions as a design collective with everyone participating and sharing in a united responsibility to the ideologies of the past, while evolving with the times and introducing new products and new ideas that hold true to Modernism's core values.View other products from Modernica