bert loeschner: monobloc
nov 07, 2012
bert loeschner: monobloc


‘monobloc’ by bert loeschner
the rocking chair, 2011,
transformed polypropylene chair/ polypropylene string


transformed using heat, ‘monobloc’, the titled series of reconstructed seating objects by

 


bert loeschner
is a hands-on project about the ‘infamous garden chair’ and its role in design culture.
the demonstration between both subject and object, these chairs are sometimes functional,
sometimes not.

 

 


the waterproof garden chair, 2012, transformed polypropylene chair with umbrella

 

 


the valet, 2012, half-coated polypropylene chair with added bearing surface

 

 


the dudes, 2011, bench made of 2 polypropylen chairs

 

 

 
the rocking chair, 2011, intervention park near via umbria, during the salone del mobile

 


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see more project submissions from our readers
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