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Richard Schultz looking good, lounging in one of his new double Wing loungers in daffodil yellow. He said it was based on a piece he designed in the 80s—a prototype made out of cardboard—that was made possible to manufacture with laser cutting techniques.

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Originally appeared in ICFF 2010: First Look
on May 16, 2010
Richard Schultz looking good, lounging in one of his new double Wing loungers in daffodil yellow. He said it was based on a piece he designed in the 80s—a prototype made out of cardboard—that was made possible to manufacture with laser cutting techniques.
Richard Schultz looking good, lounging in one of his new double Wing loungers in daffodil yellow. He said it was based on a piece he designed in the 80s—a prototype made out of cardboard—that was made possible to manufacture with laser cutting techniques. "The great designs have always been extremely practical and comfortable," he says. When his old friend Bruce Hannah stopped by, they shared stories of working with some of the other big name legends: Jens Risom and Harry Bertoia.

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