Bibi Magazine - article on artist Bruce Gray's modern chairs
Bibi Magazine article on artist Bruce Gray's chairs  
Article in Bibi Magazine featuring 3 of American metal sculptor Bruce Gray's modern functional art chair sculpture designs. (December 2003)  


Steaming Along (below left) It's not named for Buffy's arch nemesis, but for its legs which were once railroad spikes. Instead of riding the rails, these enormous nails can now add a sturdy element to your design theme. Sculptor Bruce Gray 's Spike Chair, made from plasma cut steel shows a pleasing contrast between its industrial legs and soft oval back. Not suitable for long term outdoor use without a protective coating. ($1200)

3 Easy Pieces (below right) The amalgam of three basic geometric shapes, the Triad Chair is anything but simple. A swril patterned grinded finish unifies the seat, back and legs. The Triad is available in both aluminum and stainless steel and therefore, may be used outdoors. ($3000)

Get Zapped! Your guests will exclaim with a bolt of intensity over this chair. Bruce Gray's Zig Zag Chair is fabricated in steel and, even though you may not see it, has a bouncy spring to its seat, emulating a rocking chair. Available in a variety of colors. ($2400)

Bibi magazine article on Bruce Gray chair designs
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