This charming miniature is modeled on an original manufactured by Vitra, produced and distributed by the Vitra design museum with permission of Mieko Kuramata, Tokyo and Vitra.
One of the most important representatives of Japanese Design, Shiro Kuramata has translated a bourgeois symbol, namely the expansive plush armchair, into the language of post-modernism. "How High the Moon" which is named after a jazz song by Duke Ellington, is a chair which reflects the shimmering de-materialized surface of play moonlight and weightlessness.
How High the Room Miniature Shiro Kuramataow 1986
Height: 4.5 in. (11.43 cm) x Width: 6.5 in. (16.51 cm) x Depth: 5.75 in. (14.61 cm)