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Rare Prototype "Easy Edges" Chairs by Frank Gehry<br /><br /> U.S.A., 1969<br /><br /> "The "Easy Edges" furniture designed by Frank Gehry over forty years ago was breathtakingly inventive, and represented such an impressive debut for Gehry as a furnitur

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Originally appeared in Mid-Century Finds by Sam Kaufman
on September 6, 2010
Rare Prototype &quot;Easy Edges&quot; Chairs by Frank Gehry&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
U.S.A., 1969&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;

&quot;The &quot;Easy Edges&quot; furniture designed by Frank Gehry over forty years ago was breathtakingly inventive, and represented such an impressive debut for Gehry as a furnitur
Rare Prototype "Easy Edges" Chairs by Frank Gehry U.S.A., 1969 "The "Easy Edges" furniture designed by Frank Gehry over forty years ago was breathtakingly inventive, and represented such an impressive debut for Gehry as a furniture designer that the architect is said to have worried that his career as a designer of buildings might become eclipsed by the success of his chairs. These museum-quality nesting chairs are pre-production protoypes, distinguished by their light-colored cardboard and white Masonite sides. They were purchased directly from Mr. Gehry in 1974."

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