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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 18, 2012 08:27 AM
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by B2 Modern last modified Apr 16, 2012

The Spitfire Chair by Andrew Martin Hirshorn Take the iconic Egg Chair design of Arne Jacobson and blend it with the distinctive metal panels of a World War II era British Spitfire fighter aircraft and you get the retro coolness of the Spitfire Chair by Andrew Martin Hirshorn. UK designer Andrew Martin Hirshorn is a bit of a phenom. ...




 

 

The Spitfire Chair by Andrew Martin Hirshorn

Hirshorn Spitfire Chair
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Take the iconic Egg Chair design of Arne Jacobson and blend it with the distinctive metal panels of a World War II era British Spitfire fighter aircraft and you get the retro coolness of the Spitfire Chair by Andrew Martin Hirshorn.

UK designer Andrew Martin Hirshorn is a bit of a phenom. not merely a designer he is more like a force of nature. He makes the term shabby-chic seem totally inadequate and he does it with such style and class that he makes it seem effortless. Take this highly distinctive version of the Egg Chair, with its shell of visibly riveted stainless steel plates that looks like the high-performance interceptor aircraft that gives it its name, the Spitfire Char is upholstered in brown, saddle-stitched antique leather that is worn and soften like an old bomber jacket.

Resting on a metal swivel base, this chair makes even more of an impression that the Egg Chair which inspired it. Whether you are going for a British-mod look or an industrial loft style, this cool modern chair is designed to make a statement. It adds real character and a unique look to any room.

You can score this amazing and wonderful Spitfire Chair by Andrew Martin Hirshorn from OCCA-HOME, a UK-based modern furniture retailer that will ship one to you no matter where you need it worldwide.
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