With its undeniable presence and incredible energy, the Guernica Lounge Chair by Laura Kirar for McGuire is not to be ignored. Like its artful counterpart, this chair is more complicated than it appears: the engineering is intricate and requires hand-craftsmanship that takes several weeks to complete by a single person, yet the result feels effortless and primitive. It requires 3,500 holes to be carefully placed through the honeycomb caning, then the artisan uses a custom-made needle to place and knot the contrasting smooth and textured leather laces of varying lengths to create the fringe. Available in black or brown (shown) leather fringe; cushions and inside back are custom with COM. Contact Monday Design Studio for more details on this statement piece (images courtesy McGuire).
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