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Tom Vac's equally elegant and comfortable plastic seat shell offers a high degree of comfort both indoors and outdoors.
- Vitra multi-purpose chair by Ron Arad
- Seat moulded from batch dyed polypropylene
- Available in a range of colours
- Base available as powder-coated or chrome-plated
- Powder-coated version also suitable for outdoor use
- Dimensions: H 75 x W 64 X D 64 cm
More about 'Tom Vac' in our blog
... As with so much of Ron Arad's commercially available, serially produced, furniture designs the story of Tom Vac starts a long, long way away from the domestic conformity one has become accustomed to seeing them in. In this case the story begins on a street ... That one can currently find the reduced, unassuming, almost chaste, Tom Vac in front of the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart under the banner "Otto Dix und die Neue Sachlichkeit", (Otto Dix and the New...
... Designer furniture is however meant to be used everywhere, everyday, by everyone. Such as the Tom Vac by Ron Arad for Vitra. You could just use it in your dinning room or on your balcony. Or..... ...
... Fachhochschule Potsdam with a tribute to fellow Brandenburger Egon Eiermann. Eiermann table frames from Richard Lampert and SE 68 chairs from Wilde + Spieth. And perhaps most impressive of all the students of Bauhaus University Weimar who had, in...
... Or one very large Tom Vac chair for Vitra. Or possibly a Bookworm for Kartell. But reality being what it is we wont. Ron Arad effectively started his commercial architecture career with his redesign of the Tel Aviv Opera foyer, and since then has worked...
... smow and Vitra may not be providing the exquisite Tom Vacs and Alcove Sofas for the media lounge this year, but DOK Leipzig remains one of the most important events in our cultural calender. Who can argue with over 330 documentary and animated films over...