Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle

Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle

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Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle
Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle
Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle
Spinning Chair by Gideon Kramer from Seattle Space Needle

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This is a rare example of the Recorder's chair by Gideon Kramer (1917- ) which was designed for the observation deck of the Space Needle in Seattle Washington. It has its original orange fabric upholstery and carpeted disc base. Measures 35 in (88.9 cm) tall, 36 in (91.4 cm) across at the base, and has a seat height of 18.5 in (47 cm). The one-piece seat and arms are very similar to Kramer's Ion chair, designed and first produced in the 1940s by Kramer's Ion Corporation, and were featured in the restaurant at the Space Needle, circa 1962. Unlike the Ion chair, this model rests upon a chrome-plated stem in three sections that all rotate 360 degrees, allowing the sitter to spin the chair simultaneously in opposite directions. Condition is very good. Thre are no tears or deep stains to the upholstery. The carpeted base would benefit from a shampoo which we will be glad to complete prior to shipment. ( za- )

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  • Reference #
  • za_161
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Furniture & Furnishings
  • Department
  • Reproductions
  • Year
  • c1960-1965
  • Dimensions
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  • Condition
  • Very Good

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