Antelope

Whimsical and full of frivolous optimism. Just some of the words that have been used to describe the iconic Antelope chair that was designed by Ernest Race back in 1951. The chair has a playful sculptural form and ball feet that suggest the period’s molecular and atomic imagery characteristic. The Antelope has won several design awards, and today it is still an obvious choice for cafes, restaurants and offices both indoors and outdoors.

Whimsical and full of frivolous optimism. Just some of the words

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Wooden seat, seatpad, back cushion

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Design by Ernest Race

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Designer
Ernest Race

Ernest Race

As a key figure in twentieth-century British furniture design, Ernest Races’ skill was to use ingenious manufacturing processes to create contemporary furniture from improvised or recycled materials.