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Pair of "Karate" Chairs by Michel Cadestin for Airborne

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Pair of "Karate" Chairs by Michel Cadestin for Airborne

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A pair of "Karate" chairs designed by Michel Cadestin for French furniture manufacturer Airborne C. 1970s.

The pair of lounge chairs swivel and the shells are made of white molded fiberglass. They have been newly reupholstered in a vibrant red wool/lycra fabric.

In Japanese, the word karate is equivalent to the meaning "empty hand(s)" which is descriptive of the feeling you get when sitting in one of these chairs. It is as though you are being held in an empty hand.

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A pair of "Karate" chairs designed by Michel Cadestin for French furniture manufacturer Airborne C. 1970s.

The pair of lounge chairs swivel and the shells are made of white molded fiberglass. They have been newly reupholstered in a vibrant red wool/lycra fabric.

In Japanese, the word karate is equivalent to the meaning "empty hand(s)" which is descriptive of the feeling you get when sitting in one of these chairs. It is as though you are being held in an empty hand.