1960’s Berlin

seat of the week

You often hear about the chair in this journal.
I say ‘chair’ but I speak of every object in the room.
When i say chair, I speak of the table,
I speak of the bed
I speak of books
I speak of you.

When you see or hear about the chair in this journal,
allow it to take on the shape of any object you’re ready to start dialogue with.


Above: German armchair made in the 1960s in Berlin. It has undergone a complete upholstery and carpentry renovation. The wood has been cleaned and covered with semi-gloss walnut varnish. The upholstery is a high quality mustard velor with gloss. [as described on yestersen.]

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