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Lensvelt Erik Kessels Empty Chair With Book Stackable Without Armrests Frame Color Signal White (RAL9003) Hard Leg Ends

120,00 Excluded VAT

Buy the chair, get the book. Buy the book get the chair.

Specifications
Article number QE241-------031
Version:
Chair With Book
Leg ends:
Hard Leg Ends
Stackable:
Stackable
Frame Color:
Frame Color Signal White (RAL9003)
Armrest options:
Without Armrests
The Story

EMPTY CHAIR - Erik Kessels x Lensvelt

An empty chair is spoken for, but what does an empty chair say?
It says I am reserved for someone else who should be here today.

Or maybe it doesn’t say a word, and the napkin says it all.
That someone else is sitting here, they just had to make a call.

An empty chair is full of meaning that travels time and space.
It’s held the lives of many others, yet stayed in that one place.

A seat of comfort or sometimes pain, but a chair will have your back.
Making sure you sit up straight, for the confidence you lack.

An empty chair is always there, an invitation if you will.
But I’d prefer to stand a while, cause I’ve got some time to kill.

And if I sit, I’ll feel alone,
with no one else to stare.
So I’d rather stand my life away and see my empty chair.

Downloads

Here you can download our product related files. 3D files are also available in our Lensvelt SketchUp 3D Warehouse.

8459_20221121150529_Lensvelt_Empty Chair.zip 3D Files
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The Empty Chair book

A picture spread from the booklet that Kessels made with photographer Bert Teunissen for Lensvelt.

Lensvelt booklet

A picture from the Lensvelt booklet made by photographer Bert Teunissen

A picture for the Lensvelt booklet, by photographer Bert Teunissen