One of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's esteemed chairs is in production for the first time since 1990.
The Taliesin 1 armchair, known for its complex geometric structure, wasn't mass-produced by Italian furniture maker Cassina until the late 1980s It was then discontinued in 1990 when Cassina considered it "too avant-garde."
The chair is made from a single piece of folded beech plywood with a cherry wood veneer. The veneer can be stained in black oak or left natural.
The new model sees the chair's design slightly altered, with thicker padding, a more reclined backrest, and removed of its original feet.
Wright designed Taliesin for his Arizona home and studio in 1949.
Have something to say? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.