Koltuk 3 “Sieve” - Armchair 3 “Sieve”
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Title
Koltuk 3 “Sieve” - Armchair 3 “Sieve”
Creator
Sadi Öziş
Description
1959 yılında Sadi Öziş tarafından tasarlanan "Sieve" koltuğun adı malzemesinden gelmektedir. Malzeme olarak fındık eleği ve metal paslanmaz çelik profilin kullanıldığı koltuğun oturma bölümü, fındık eleğinin oturmaya uygun olarak şekillendirilmesi ile oluşturulmuştur. Özellikle dış mekan kullanımları için uygun olan "Sieve" koltuğun boyutları 82x65x67 cm şeklindedir. - The “Sieve” armchair, designed by Sadi Öziş in 1959, is named after its material. The sitting part of the armchair, made of nut sieve and metal stainless steel profile, was created by giving the nut sieve a shape that made it possible to enable sitting. The Sieve armchair is available especially for the outdoor usage, and its dimensions are 82x65x67 cm.
Note
Gökhan Karakuş'la yapılan araştırma sonucu hazırlanmıştır - Based on the Research commissioned to Gökhan Karakuş
Issue Date
1959
Coverage
Kare Metal dönemi - Kare Metal period
Subject
Location
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/87512
Collections
Type
Format
Baskı - Print, Siyah beyaz - Black & White, Renkli - Color
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
TKMMOB014
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
Accrual Method
Donation

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