Droog

Droog Cow Chair

$7,245.00 $7,969.00
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Droog

Droog Cow Chair

$7,245.00 $7,969.00
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Droog Cow Chair

Cow Chair by Niels van Eijk is naturally unique, consisting of nothing more than a single cowhide. The untreated cowhide is  stretched around a form when soaking wet and then left for one week until it has dried into a solid form.

 

Material

Cowhide 

 

Dimensions 

17.3" W x 15" L x 28.3" H

 

Shipping
Ships in 16 weeks.


Manufacturer's Return Policy
This item is final sale and not eligible for return.

 

Item code: DR57

 

Made in the Netherlands

 

About Niels van Eijk

Niels van Eijk

Niels van Eijk works together with Miriam van der Lubbe in their ‘Studio van Eijk & van der Lubbe’. Their designs raise questions; they work with familiar forms and products and add benefits without loosing the characteristics. 

Niels and Miriam challenge us to look at the world in a different way. Their work has been exhibited worldwide and purchased by museums such as Museum Boymans van Beuningen Rotterdam, Manchester City Art Gallery, WOCEF Korea, Museum FIT New York and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Among their clients are Habitat, Fortis, Premsela Dutch Design Foundation, Philips and Rosenthal.

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Droog Cow Chair

Cow Chair by Niels van Eijk is naturally unique, consisting of nothing more than a single cowhide. The untreated cowhide is  stretched around a form when soaking wet and then left for one week until it has dried into a solid form.

 

Material

Cowhide 

 

Dimensions 

17.3" W x 15" L x 28.3" H

 

Shipping
Ships in 16 weeks.


Manufacturer's Return Policy
This item is final sale and not eligible for return.

 

Item code: DR57

 

Made in the Netherlands

 

About Niels van Eijk

Niels van Eijk

Niels van Eijk works together with Miriam van der Lubbe in their ‘Studio van Eijk & van der Lubbe’. Their designs raise questions; they work with familiar forms and products and add benefits without loosing the characteristics. 

Niels and Miriam challenge us to look at the world in a different way. Their work has been exhibited worldwide and purchased by museums such as Museum Boymans van Beuningen Rotterdam, Manchester City Art Gallery, WOCEF Korea, Museum FIT New York and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Among their clients are Habitat, Fortis, Premsela Dutch Design Foundation, Philips and Rosenthal.