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The Chairity Project, Reinventing Design Icons

By In/Out
November 19, 2014

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

In/Out: CULT - The Charity Project

Our very dear friends at CULT last week launched ‘The Chairity Project, Reinventing Design Icons’. Cult invited 14 Australasian creatives to reinterpret, reinvent and most importantly make their mark on a design classic – the ‘CH33’ chair by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Sons.

The creative bunch were selected by CULT and the diverse bunch includes Industrial Designer Adam Goodrum, Product Designers Coco Flip and Dinosaur Designs, Artist Ken Done and Tracey Deep, Set Production Designer Alice Babidge, Stylist Megan Morton, Fashion Designers Basskie, Romance was Born and Zambesi, Accessories Designer Ryan Storer, Interior Architect George Livissiannis, Interior Designers Hecker Guthrie and Graphic Designers Toko.

The Reinventing Icons Project brings together charity, creativity and Australia’s much celebrated kinship with iconic Danish design.

The 14 completed chairs are up for grabs on Ebay until 8pm this evening with all proceeds going directly to charities selected by each designer. Link to the auction HERE

Credits: CULT

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