Post Modern Yellow and Black Artifort SofaVintage Objects
Four Quadrio seating elements from the 1980s, the Memphis period as can be seen from the style. Michael McCoy designed these playful seating elements in 1985 and they can be arranged in various ways. Two of the elements have some small spots.
The set will be shipped overseas in custom made wooden crates. Cost of insured transport is custom made crates included.
Measurements per element: H 68 x W 94 x D 82 cm.
Michael McCoy is the recipient of the Smithsonian’s first Design Minds National Design Award with Katherine McCoy for, in the words of the museum “affecting a paradigm shift in the design profession”. His influential designs include the new Horizon LED Light for Humanscale (with Peter Stathis), the million-selling “Bulldog Chair” for Knoll and the ‘McCoy Collection’ of tables, seating and accessories. Artifort: Original Vintage rare 1980s Artifort model 960 Quadrio sofa designed by Michael McCoy in 1985. In 1936, the company employed a permanent designer in the shape of Theo Ruth. But from 1958, design occupied an even more prominent role in the policy of Artifort. Kho Liang Ie was appointed as aesthetic consultant and he brought in various international designers including Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey Harcourt. They were particularly responsible for taking the Artifort collection to the top segment of the international market in the 1960s.