2x Norman Foster model 500 fauteuil image 1
2x Norman Foster model 500 fauteuil
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In good condition with slight traces of use, appropriate to the age of the item

The collaboration between the in Manchester UK in 1935 born architect Norman Foster and Walter Knoll began with the redesign of the Berlin Reichstag. Norman Foster is recognized and awarded for lots of his designs, also for his intelligent and extraordinary buildings he designed. The Englishman has received the most important honors in the world of architecture, including the Pritzker Prize and the Gold Medal for Architecture from the American Institute of Architects, as well as an honorary membership of the Federation of German Architects. In 1990, Norman Foster was knighted by the Queen for his services to architecture. Walter Knoll has developed a variety of furniture programs together with Norman Foster. Tables in a variety of shapes and sizes complement the Foster series of upholstered furniture. Today the resulting Foster 500 Armchairs and Sofas are recognized as modern classics. In lounges, conference rooms or hotel rooms, people love to sit in them. This set Foster 500 chairs are from the early 2000s and in good condition consistent with age and use. There is a minor coloring effect on the armrests, but general condition is good.

Number of items 2
BrandWalter Knoll
Height69 cm
Width81 cm
Depth81 cm
Seat height42 cm
Signs of usageDiscoloring

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