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Knoll ® Suzanne Lounge Series Kazuhide Takahama's simple but well-harmonized work exemplifies his internationally acclaimed talent for his balance of the Japanese aesthetic and Western culture. His Suzanne Lounge Seating collection for Knoll, an update of the 1965 classic designed for the Italian Gavina Group, displays this characteristic harmony with simple, appealing contours. The collection includes a lounge chair, double lounge chair, settee and sofa upholstered in your choice of a Knoll textile selection. The Design Harmony, simplicity and serenity characterize the Suzanne Lounge Seating collection by Japanese designer Kazuhide Takahama. The lounge collection fuses Eastern and Western design principles to achieve a look that complements a wide variety of settings. The Suzanne Lounge Seating collection is as ideal for commercial interiors such as universities and reception areas as it is for the home. Features at a Glance: Design Year: 1965 -Base made of tubular steel with polished chrome finish for excellent durability. -Brushed aluminum sides. -Plastic glides. -Seperate high-resilient Cal 117 foam cushions with MDF seat and back supports structure. -Upholstery available in a range of Knoll textiles. -Can be used as modular seating with other Suzanne pieces . Dimensions: -Lounge Chair Dimensions: 27 H x 30.5 W x 35 D. -Seat Height: 14.5 . -Double Lounge Chair Dimensions: 27 H x 30.5 W x 59 D. -Seat Height: 14 -Settee Dimensions: 27 H x 60 W x 35 D. -Seat Height: 14 . -Sofa Dimensions: 27 H x 83 W x 35 D. -Seat Height: 14 . Order with Confidence: -Sustainability Statement: Sustainable design is a key component of Knoll's environmental focus. Knoll's commitment to social responsibility and a healthy environment has prompted the company to further articulate its longstanding environmental programs and, with encouragement and support from colleagues in the industry, Knoll has re-energized its focus on such green initiatives as life cycle analysis and LEED® certification. Knoll is proud to have contributed to projects that have received LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. . -The Suzanne Lounge Seating Collection is Greenguard certified.. -Knoll products are guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable warranty period set forth in the Knoll Warranty.. -Should you discover shortly after receiving your Suzanne Lounge Seating that parts are either damaged or missing, please call us immediately, and we will be happy to send you replacement parts as soon as possible and at no additional cost.. -Each authentic Knoll product includes a certificate of authenticity. .
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Often controversial and sometimes even shocking to audiences, the work of California-based artist Suzanne Lacy has challenged viewers and participants with personal accounts of traumatic events, settings that require people to assume uncomfortable positions, multisensory productions that evoke emotional as well as intellectual responses, and even flayed lambs and beef kidneys. Lacy has experimented with ways to claim the power of mass media, to use women's consciousness-raising groups as a performance structure, and to connect her projects to lived experiences. The body and large groups of bodies are the locations for her lifelike art, revealing the aesthetics of relationships among people. In this critical examination of Suzanne Lacy, Sharon Irish surveys Lacy's art from 1972 to the present, demonstrating the pivotal roles that Lacy has had in public art, feminist theory, and community organizing. Lacy initially used her own body--or animal organs--to visually depict psychological states or social conditions in photographs, collages, and installations. In the late 1970s she turned to organizing large groups of people into art events--including her most famous work, The Crystal Quilt, a 1987 performance broadcast live on PBS and featuring hundreds of women in Minneapolis--and pioneered a new genre of public art. Irish investigates the spaces between art and life, self and other, and the body and physical structures in Lacy's multifaceted artistic projects, showing how throughout her influential career Lacy has created art that resists racism, promotes feminism, and explores challenging human relationships.
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