Born in 1930, he studied architecture at the University of Southern California and studied City Planning at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. He developed projects of private and public city planning in America, Japan. In Europe, he has recently been awarded the Pritsker Architecture Prize in 1989 and the Wolf Prize in Art in 1992. His projects have been published all over the world. The most important retrospective, "The Architecture of Frank O. Gehry" has been organized by the Walker Art Center in 1986 and has travelled the major American museums.
|Product Type: Sofa||Collection: Frank Gehry|
|Frame Construction Material: Rotation-molded-polymer||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Product Care: Wipe with warm water and soap||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Heller Frank Gehry Molded Sofa
lisa hartley from acworth, GA– Verified Buyer– Top 5 Reviewer
This is a Very nice item, good quality, beautiful and attractive. Shipping was very fast and ordering was a cinch. Great job!Review this product in 20 words or more...
Sleek, modern and washable
LTC from Southampton, NY
We bought the collection to use in the courtyard of our modern home. It has great shapes and good coloring. Our children cannot destroy it with their ice cream and juice/milk/water. Wipes clean easily. BUT......please know that "in person", the furniture does appear smaller than pictured. Measurements are taken from the left, back corner of the sofa, to the right, front. An angular measurement, not straight across. The actual sitting area is limited, but not impossible. Let's see if it will withstand the summer sun......
wonderful sculpture, to sit is to slouch
misanthrope from chicagoland, il
no problem with the elements: sun, rain, sleet, ice or snow
These days, Heller is best known for it’s furniture division, launched in 1998. The Bellini Chair, designed by Mario Bellini won the Compaso d’Oro ADI and kicked off a line of many more award-winning chair creations.
For many years, Heller has offered leading international designers the opportunity to work with new technologies to create innovative products, helping the placement of Heller products in design collections world wide. Museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Lourve Museum of Decorative Arts, The Smithsonian and the Vitra Museum are all a part of this long, distinguished list.
Heller continues to explore new technologies and processes for manufacturing furniture, and will continue releasing award worthy designs well into the future.