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Mini Mid-Century Designer Chairs

By Design Interior Collection REAC reina 

Buying authentic modernist furniture can cost more than an actual modern house, so Reina has produced a series of affordable, and accurate, 1/12 replica chairs—the Design Interior Collection Mini Chairs (¥6,300Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
White Rabbit Express service fee and other costs not included.
)—designed by Mid-century designers and architects. It’s almost like having the real thing, except you can’t actually sit on them. Instead, they’re for contemplating clean lines, modernist design, and the wonderful world we live in–a world that allowed tiny modernist chairs to be made.

Although most of the collections have sold out, there are some from the ‘Assort 1’ and ‘Design Interior Collection Vol.6’ available. A set will get you eight modernist masterpieces: Design Interior Collection Vol.6 features the Corona chair, DCW, Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Daybed (originally designed in 1929), Robbie House Chair, Plywood elephant, Willow 1 Chair, and Eileen Gray’s bubbly Bibendum Chair. Assort 1 features Lounge chair and ottoman, La Chaise, Aluminium group 117, an Elephant chair, RAR, DAW, DSW Chairs all designed by legends Ray and Charles Eames.

Specifications:
Scale: 1/12 reproduction of chairs by Mid-Century American designers.
Size of package: W290xH90xD290mm
Materials: ABS resin, polypropylene
Contents: Each set comes with 8 chairs including an Ottoman

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Contributed by Cameron

Cameron is a writer and journalist in Tokyo. He studied psychology and sociology before moving to Japan to explore its publishing, design and art. While living in Japan he has spent his time travelling to rural towns to document traditional Japanese crafts and covering the work of contemporary artists and designers in Tokyo. He is White Rabbit's expert on traditional objects, handcrafted goods and contemporary art.

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