Koltuk 1 “Rumi” - Armchair 1 “Rumi
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Title
Koltuk 1 “Rumi” - Armchair 1 “Rumi
Creator
Sadi Öziş
Description
"Rumi", Sadi Öziş tarafından 1964 yılında Mevlevi dervişleri olan Sufi`lerden esinlenilerek tasarlanmıştır. İsmini Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi`den alan sandalye, formu ile de Mevlana`nın barışcıl ve herkesi kapsayan anlayışını sembolize etmektedir. Çerçevesi, 14 mm`lik yuvarlak kesitle, inşaat demirinin bükülmesiyle hazırlanan sandalye, kumaş kaplama olarak hazırlanmıştır. Neptün Öziş tarafından günümüzde tekrar üretilmiştir. - By being inspired from Sufis, the Mevlevi dervishes, “Rumi” was designed by Sadi Öziş in 1964. The chair, named after Mevlana Celalettin Rumi, symbolizes Rumi’s peaceful and all-embracing understanding with its form. The chair, the frame of which was prepared by bending 14 mm. round-cross section and construction iron, is fully upholstered. It was reproduced by Neptün Öziş today.
Note
Gökhan Karakuş'la yapılan araştırma sonucu hazırlanmıştır - Based on the Research commissioned to Gökhan Karakuş
Issue Date
1964
Subject
Location
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/82519
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Type
Format
Renkli - Color
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
TKMMOB016
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
Accrual Method
Donation

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