Design Jephson Robb
Fully upholstered.Stationary four concealed legs and Swivel self-return base.
In 2005, Robb received his first public art commission for the Scottish Arts Council. "Golden Age," a 700cm diameter gold leaf circle in the centuries-old Pittenweem harbor, demonstrated the ephemeral nature of materialism. His next public art installation came in 2007 when he was commissioned by the Edinburgh Arts Festival to create an interactive art project, "Wonder," a series of 500cm high pyramids built on Portobello Beach. Robb's formidable bronze sculpture "Change" was commissioned as a parable for the revitalization of Scotland's historic Clydebank. The 500cm sculpture consists of three interloping bronze circles.
Robb installed his largest public art commission to-date in 2013, "Love and Kisses," a 25-meter long public sculpture for the Helix project in Falkirk, Scotland. In 2014, he completed his first architectural commission, designing three pavilions and two bicycle shelters for the grounds of the new South Glasgow NHS Hospital.
During the past 10 years Robb has consulted for Bernhardt Design as art director on a number of creative projects including advertising campaigns, web design and as creative director for exhibitions at the Salone Del Mobile in Milan. In 2010, Bernhardt Design invited Robb to design his first lounge chair, "Amri". Subsequently, in 2012, Robb added new lounge seating collections and a range of guest chairs to the Bernhardt Design portfolio. He won a Good Design Award and Best of NeoCon in 2013 for his Quiet Table Collection.
Dimensions: 33.5" w | 34" d | 32.75" h | seat: 16" h | arms: 19.5" h