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2005/102/1 Chairs (3), 'Cero', fibreglass, designed by Brian Steendyk, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2002. Click to enlarge.

Cero fibreglass chairs by Brian Steendyk

Designed
Brian Steendyk is a Brisbane architect working in a mix of design disciplines including furniture, interior and urban design as well as architecture. A graduate of QUT and the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Steendyk was one of 10 short-listed designers in the Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award 2004 and a judge of the 2004 Australian Design Awards. His 'Cero' chair (Spanish for 'zero') received an Australian Design Award in 2003 and was displayed at the Milan Furniture Fair 03. …

Summary

Object No.

2005/102/1

Object Statement

Chairs (3), 'Cero', fibreglass, designed by Brian Steendyk, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2002

Physical Description

Chairs (3), 'Cero', fibreglass, designed by Brian Steendyk, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2002

Stool type chair of gel-coated fibreglass, the hollowed-out circular form with a concave seat at the top and a flattened base for stability.

Dimensions

Height

450 mm

Width

575 mm

Depth

420 mm

Production

Notes

Designed by Brian Steendyk, Brisbane in 2002. The maker is unknown.

History

Used

Notes

The 'Cero' chair (Spanish for 'zero') received an Australian Design Award in 2003 and was displayed at the Milan Furniture Fair 03. It is currently being retailed by Space in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and by Printemps in Paris.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 2004

Acquisition Date

4 April 2005

Cite this Object

Harvard

Cero fibreglass chairs by Brian Steendyk 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 June 2022, <https://ma.as/348701>

Wikipedia

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