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Prairie Chair by Von Tundra

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The Prairie Chair by Von Tundra is in the design collection of the Denver Art Museum and will become an heirloom piece in your home.

Made by hand in Portland, Oregon with primarily local and urban-fall lumber.
Made of White Oak with unfinished wood back support. The unfinished back is roughly hewn to a standard size, each with unique markings that make each chair one of a kind, and attached with accessible screws inviting you to collaborate with the designers to further finish the back to your liking.
Please allow 4-6 Weeks for production and inquire about shipping options

Von Tundra is a Portland-based design house specializing in the creation of contemporary furniture, fixtures, installations, and interiors. Since the group’s founding in 2007 its three members, Dan Anderson, Chris Held and Brian Pietrowski, have honed an aesthetic vision that unites Modernism’s efficient lines with the warmth of familiar materials and handcrafted integrity. As both a licensed company and artist collaborative, Von Tundra has the ability to engage a variety of creative activities, from client-inspired projects to conceptually focused gallery

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