Four Seater Empty Chairs, 2004

Four Seater Empty Chairs are pieces that explore the negative space, in this case that of a chair. Martino Gamper wanted to create a chair where one would use the inside void of a seat. It can be used in two directions: as a chair and in combination as a desk. The work was initially conceived for an exhibition called Furniture I’ve Always Wanted to Make at the M+R Gallery in east London.

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