Altair Chair by Daniel Libeskind

Altair Chair by Daniel Libeskind

“Laser cut, folded and welded, polished to mirror finish. Exhibited in Daniel Libeskind exhibition, Sao Paulo/Brazil in November 2010. The Altair Chair has the crystalline structure of its namesake, the Altair star, whose light reflects time. It is a chair that combines seating comfort with the discipline of highly abstract geometries. The Altair Chair is made of stainless steel with 11 facets, 9 folds, and 7 welded joints and is to be viewed in 360 degrees. Each elevation has a different light, reflection, and shadow.”

altair chair by daniel libeskind


Eras: 1900s / 20th century
Styles: Contemporary, Italian
Materials: Stainless Steel
Measurements: 78 x 118 x 856 cm (DxWxH)



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