The aptly named Thinking Man's Chair by Jasper Morrison was designed to be a chair for deep thoughts and contemplation
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The discs at the end of each arm were originally intended to be used as drinks holders, and the piece was entitled the Drinking Man's Chair. Morrison later changed the name after spotting the 'Thinking Man's Smoke' slogan on the pipe cleaners from which he made his models.
Morrison's use of tubular steel recalls Modernist furniture of the early 20th century, but is executed in a more free-form style. The structure is emphasised by a range of coloured finishes from earthy terracotta to a crisp gypsum white.
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