Stackable Mid century chairs By Rowland

Stackable Mid century chairs By Rowland

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David Lincoln Rowland was an American industrial designer famous for his 40/4 chair, so named because it stacks 40 chairs in 4 feet (120 cm) high. The chair was the first compactly stackable chair invented, and is regarded as the gold standard of stackable chairs, not only for its stackability, but for its comfort, durability, timelessness, and grace ,and is found in many prestigious locations, including St. Paul’s Cathedral in London and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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