Since the 1960s, Mario Bellini has been celebrated for his distinctive contributions to architecture, master planning, interiors, furnishings, and industrial design. He once said that designing a chair is "infinitely more complex than designing a skyscraper.” Created in 2005, the highly sculptural Arco chair was designed by Mario and Claudio Bellini and crafted out of one-piece injection-molded polycarbonate. It is, to put it gently, sleek as hell.
New York-based furniture manufacturer Heller has a simple credo: Good design, industrial production, and reasonable prices. It was founded by Alan Heller in 1971 with a line of stacking dinnerware by Lella and Massimo Vignelli, and its award-winning products, designed by the likes of Frank Gehry and Vico Magistretti, are represented in the world’s leading mus
Seat height: 18”. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Stackable up to 26 chairs high.