Ron Arad, Rover Chair, 1981

Ron Arad, Rover Chair, salvaged car seat mounted on a steel frame, edition by One Off, Photo courtesy Ron Arad Associates.

| long chair . Liegestuhl . chaise longue | Design: Ron Arad Studio |

RON ARAD “After Spring” low-backed chaise longue, 1992 Mirror-polished bronze, patinated bronze, sprung steel.

Ron Arad has designed the ToHA office complex in Tel AVIV which is due to be completed in 2018. Once completed, it will be the tallest skyscraper in Israel.

"Ron Arad has incorporated his love of round arched curves into this chair, although it looks a little 'Dr Seuss' - red is the perfect color" Ron Arad - the Classic Arad chair

Stainless Steel Wire Chair - Ron Arad: Arad claims it is supportive and has a comfortable bounce.

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Stainless Steel Wire Chair - Ron Arad: Arad claims it is supportive and has a comfortable bounce. Arad's work has been described as "scary", considering its "macho concrete and cut metal; tense sheets of tempered steel and guillotine edges"

Solid Rocker (2010) by Ron Arad. @designerwallace

Here Arad has again used the fluid repetitive lines to create this stainless steel chair. The smooth curves of the design are inviting. // Solid Rocker by Ron Arad

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Ron Arad, Southern Hemisphere, looks like copper [it is a chair, right? I want to sit in it!

Bookworm bookshelf, Ron Arad, 1995

Bookworm bookshelf, Ron Arad, All his designs tend to have fluid movement represented in them. This does have a very feel to it but used in a different colour, say white, it would fit in a contempary style home.


Ron Arad experimented with the possibilities of metals such as aluminium. This demonstrates his bold ideas around furniture design.

Ron Arad Love the colour, shape and size of this chair. You could have only this in a room with a rug and book and that would be enough

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I think its about time to post some work of Ron Arad. He is definately one of my favourite designers. These seating acommodations might explain why.

Ron Arad | 'Little Heavy'  1991. @designerwallace

The Little Heavy chair by Ron Arad, Originally made from beaten steel, and later reproduced by Italian manufacturer Moroso.

Sculptural Furniture Design by Ron Arad

Sculptural Furniture Design by Ron Arad