Fredrikson Stallard, Armchair 'Species III', 2015
Polyurethane, rubber, fibreglass, polyester
H.90 x L.150 x D.100 cm (35.4 x 59.1 x 39.4 in.)
Limited to 12 + 2P
Price: £40,000 (plus any applicable taxes)
Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard met at Central St Martin’s in 1995, where Stallard specialised in ceramics and Fredrikson in product design, having studied architecture in Copenhagen. Their collaboration began almost at once and they produced their seminal Log Table, in 2001, acquired in 2009 by the Victoria and Albert Museum for their permanent collection.
Fredrikson Stallard launched their practice in 2005, and joined David Gill Gallery in 2006; that same year, their shocking-pink Bergere armchairs, made from rubber and highly polished steel, were exhibited at the Design Museum.
Since then, their work has been acquired by the French National Art Collection, MoMA San Fransicso, the Kvadrat Collection, Copenhagen, and twice by the Victoria and Albert Museum; and been exhibited at the Museum of Art and Design, New York, and the Belvedere Museum, Vienna.
David Gill Gallery and the artists
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