The Louis Ghost Chair is a one of a kind art object, blending ultra-modern techniques and materials (like plastic) with old world style. Somewhat reminiscent of the chair our boy Dave sits in at the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey. If you so choose you can add a printed image to the seat back. The effect is interesting, to say the least.
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What's to Like:
This is a chair that stands out from the crowd in a big way. Light as a lawn chair, designed like something you would see in a house of state, and produced with innovative materials (it's no ordinary plastic), it's a unique chair you can be proud to call your own.
What's Not to Like:
The images that you can have printed on the back of the chair do little for it. You can get the caricatured head of a Japanese woman, a babies head, or a bear's head, or a zorro mask.
Offbeat, fascinating, and a clash of culture and civilizations. A conversation piece, to say the least.
The Louis Ghost Armchair by Kartell combines a famously royal design with modern materials to create a chair with historical significance in a contemporary world. The Ghost Chair maintains the Louis XV style in appearance but is manufactured using transparent polycarbonate that creates an illusion giving the Ghost Chair its name.