- Inside cushion upholstered in fabric. - Colors available: popular colors are available both for the shell, inside cushions.
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Ghyczy, from Netherlands,created the Egg chair in 1968. The Egg is a chair that has a multifunction,which means this is a chair to be used both indoor and outdoor.
This chair has no arm. But the cushion is padded with high quality foam and upholstered with nice fabric,which provides a comfortable seat feeling to the chair.
The Egg chair from Ghyczy is one of the contemporary
chairs. The fiberglass shell,the same as the cushion,also can be made in black, white, yellow, green, blue, orange or red.
The inside cushion of this modern chair can be made in black, white, yellow, green, blue, orange or red.
The back of the chair is designed adhered to human back to provide a comfortable seat feeling and make the back streight.
Garden Egg Chair Garden Egg Chair
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1940 Budapest (H)
After the Hungarian revolution of 1956, Peter Ghyczy left his native country and settled in West-Germany. He initially visited sculpture class at the art academy of D¨ısseldorf but soon decided to study architecture at the university in Aachen instead. With a degree in architecture, Peter Ghyczy became an employee of plastics producer Reuter in Lemförde. In 1968, heading the design department at Reuter, his aim was to create "independent and unique pieces of furniture". One of the products of that period is the "Garden Egg" chair. This extraordinary chair gained cult status and featured in many design exhibitions around the world.
In 1972, due to the conservative attitude of manufactures, Peter Ghyczy decided to found his own company, "Ghyczy Selection". At that time the combination of classical ideas with modern techniques was innovative in the world of interior decoration. Some 60 products have been created since and the result is a timeless collection for the upper end of the furniture market.