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rapson cave chair

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Price: $790.00 USD
Going through the impeccable furniture sketches of mid century architect Ralph Rapson could possibly be one of the best ways to spend a cold winter afternoon in Minnesota. We found his Cave Chair illustration and immediately thought it would be a great collaboration piece that fit the Loll aesthetic. Ralph originally conceived this chair in 1943 as plywood with a cushion, but it was never actually produced. Perfectly over-sized, futuristic, comfortable, and fun, the Cave Chair will induce hours of conversation whether you’re sitting in it or just walking by. Named after the earth-excavated Cave House that Ralph designed with Dave Runnells in 1939, it too was never built.
rapson cave chair
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color: Charcoal Grey color: grey
color: Leaf color: green
color: Cloud color: white
color: Black color: black
color: Apple color: red
color: Sunset color: orange
color: Sky color: blue
color: Chocolate color: brown
color: Evergreen color: evergreen
color: Sand color: sand
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