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Jasper Morrison

2000

Easy to stack – to a maximum of 6 pieces – the Tate chair designed by Jasper Morrison is part of a range that includes chairs and stools, with a shell that can have a high or low backrest.

 

This series has a frame made of matte satined stainless steel, or varnished in white, mud or anthracite; the shell is made of beech plywood that is matte lacquered in the colours of the collection; for the cushioned version, the padding is polyurethane foam with a fixed cover in the fabrics and colours of the collection. 

Easy to stack – to a maximum of 6 pieces – the Tate chair designed by Jasper Morrison is part of a range that includes chairs and stools, with a shell that can have a high or low backrest.

 

This series has a frame made of matte satined stainless steel, or varnished in white, mud or anthracite; the shell is made of beech plywood that is matte lacquered in the colours of the collection; for the cushioned version, the padding is polyurethane foam with a fixed cover in the fabrics and colours of the collection. 

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  • TA_11B
  • TA_11BT
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  • TA_11T
  • TA_12B
  • TA_12BT
  • TA_12L
  • TA_12T
  • TA_1L
  • TA_1T

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Jasper Morrison
Jasper Morrison

Born in London, Jasper Morrison graduated from the Royal College of Art, in London, and opened his first studio in 1986, where he immediately began a long and fruitful collaboration with Cappellini.

This fortunate encounter between two names that have left their mark in world of 20th-century design, led to the introduction of more than 30 designs into the collection,...