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Tom Vac 2005


RON ARAD 2005

DesignReasons sells the Tom Vac Chair by Ron Arad for Vitra.The frame of the Tom Vac High-End Stacking Chair is a classic that has been seen in museums, films and on the television.  This elegant aerodynamically designed chair is pure elegant comfort.  I have had my Tom Vac Chair, lasting so-far over 30 years and withstanding a 3 and 5 year old, their friends and parties.  The seat is polypropylene and died through, and you can choose from white, translucent, yellow translucent, anthracite translucent, and mauve translucent.The Ron Arad stackable chair can be viewed at the Narberth, PA showroom.Call our office at 215 873 0400 to view the Tom Vac chair in Narberth, PA. 19072.  

Materials
SEAT SHELL: Wave structure in polypropylene, dyed through.

BASE: Stackable four-legged tubulor steel base frame, chromed or powder-coated in RAL9006 (SILVER COATED ) The powder-coating is suitable for outdoor use. The base is additionally galvanized. With hard  glides for carpets or felt glades for hard floors.

STACKABILITY: Up to Five

NOTE: Special additives slow down the fading process caused by ultraviolet rays. However, leaving the chair exposed to the sun for an extended period of time can result in color changes


As part of Bloomberg Summer at the Roundhouse, internationally renowned artist, architect and designer, Ron Arad has invited his favourite artists, musicians and friends to create unique work for his 360° interactive installation.

"Playful, original and brilliant" Observer

Ron Arad's constant experimentation with materials and his radical approach to form and structure have put him at the forefront of contemporary design. For Curtain Call, he's responded to the Roundhouse's spectacular Main Space by creating a curtain made of 5,600 silicon rods, suspended from an 18 metre diameter ring - a canvas for films, live performance and audience interaction.