The Case Study #22 series has been prominently featured in many of the photographs documenting the Case Study Home Program. The low flowing lines of these pieces create a visual form that integrates easily into any natural landscape.
Designed in 1946 by Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green, the original pieces were constructed of World War II surplus enameled tubular steel and cotton rope. VKG produced the series until 1970. After being out-of-production for almost three decades, Modernica revitalized Van Keppel-Green’s design and began production in 1999. With a commitment to authenticity, Modernica produces each piece to the exact original design specifications. However, Modernica did re-engineer the materials to increase durability — replacing the enameled steel with a rust-proof, powder-coated stainless steel frame and replacing the cotton rope, with long-lasting marine, nautical-grade rope.
The Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green’s Lounge Chair and Ottoman are featured in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art.
|Materials||Stainless steel, cotton rope.|
Overall Dimensions: 21 in W x 34.5 in D x 25 in H
Packaged Dimensions: 40 in W x 32 in D x 28 in H
Packaged Weight: 30 lbs.
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