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When you hunker down into the Antelope, do it with the surefootedness of one who knows they’re sitting in a design classic. (But don’t be conceited about it.) Designed in 1951 for the “Festival of Britain” heralding the New Elizabethan spirit, this seat delighted crowds with its sculptural, playful form. Later, it won a silver medal at the tenth Triennale exhibition in Milan, and soon became an internationally recognized icon. (Fine, be conceited—you earned it.)
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Seat Height: 18.5”.
Dust with dry a cloth.
Formed Gabon Ply, Steel Rod Frame
L 20.90” W 19.70” H 31.50”
Race Furniture continues the legacy of Ernest Race, a pivotal figure in British postwar design known for his imaginative use of materials and playful forms. The UK-based brand reissues many of his iconic works, including the Antelope chair, which was designed for the Festival of Britain in 1951 and earned a silver medal at the Tenth Triennale exhibition in Milan.