"Valentine #2" Chair

Designer George Ranalli American
Manufacturer Environments Plus, Inc.

Not on view

Continuing in the tradition of the Bauhaus and the international style but adding a twist that separates his work from that of his predecessors, Ranalli retained the geometric forms and undecorated surfaces but used SURRELL, a new man-made substance that appears at first glance to be a more luxurious material—such as marble or alabaster—than early modernists would have used.

"Valentine #2" Chair, George Ranalli (American, born New York,  1946), SURELL™ solid surfacing material

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