Frank Gehry

Armchair composed of strips of light-colored maple curved and glued to form back, arms, legs and seat; strips within circular seat woven to form flat surface.
The Cross Check Chair is named after a hockey infraction in which a player holds their stick vertically and blocks another player, illegally checking them. The name is also a reference to the seat of this chair, which is made out of interwoven maple plywood strips, creating a check pattern, and a double meaning of...