Walter Lamb for Brown Jordan Chaise Lounge C-4700 in Patinated Copper
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Walter Lamb for Brown Jordan, chaise lounge C-4700, patinated copper, cord, United States, 1950s
Chaise lounge with tubular copper frames with patina designed by Walter Lamb in the 1950s. The model C-4700 has an S-shaped frame that combines legs with armrests in a beautiful way. The seat is made of cord that is tightened to the frame.
Walter Lamb (1901-1980) lived in Hawaii in the 1940s where he experienced the consequences the attack of Pearl Harbor has caused. Lamb took salvaged metals and reused them to design his outdoor furniture, as an “inventive recycler” as Elle Decoration called it in an article in 2017. He reused bronze, copper and metal that were left behind from the military and sculpted the frames of his pieces with cord as the seating material. Lamb’s designs are characterized by lightness and liquidity and materials that get admirable patina over time. The successful collaboration between Lamb and Brown Jordan started in the 1950s.
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