The Deconstructed Acrylic Louis Chair by Aaron R Thomas

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Nov 10, 2009 • References: aaronrthomas & materialicious
These hand-crafted Deconstructed Acrylic Louis Chairs by Aaron R. Thomas are a post-modern take on an antique classic. The chair is made out of 1/2" thick clear cast acrylic. It has a black silk-screen print of an image of a Louis XIVth Chair.

Deconstructed Acrylic Louis Chairs can be customized in any color. At the moment versions of the chair exist in cream and beige and a gold leaf painted pink and baby blue model. Stats for Lavish Post-Modern Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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