Koltuk 5 - Armchair 5
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Title
Koltuk 5 - Armchair 5
Creator
Sadi Öziş, İlhan Koman
Description
1957 yılında İlhan Koman ve Sadi Öziş tarafından tasarlanan ve üretilen koltuk, delikli sac ve inşaat demir profilleri kullanılarak üretilmiştir. Sac levhanın bükülmesi ile elde edilen oturma bölümünü, demir profil iskelet desteklemektedir. Özellikle dış mekan kullanımına uygun olan koltuk, ergonomisi ile öne çıkmış ve dikkat çeken ürünler arasındadır. - The armchair, designed and produced by İlhan Koman and Sadi Öziş in 1957, was produced by using perforated sheet and construction iron profiles. The seating part, produced by bending sheet metal, is supported by an iron profile body. The armchair is available especially for the outdoor usage, and it is distinguished with its ergonomics, being among the attention-grabbing products.
Note
Gökhan Karakuş'la yapılan araştırma sonucu hazırlanmıştır - Based on the Research commissioned to Gökhan Karakuş
Issue Date
1957
Coverage
Kare Metal dönemi - Kare Metal period
Subject
Location
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/85524
Collections
Type
Format
Siyah beyaz - Black & White
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
TKMMOB007
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
Accrual Method
Donation

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