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In This Segment

Do you know what an Ant Chair looks like (hint: it doesn’t have antennas, or six legs)? It’s become a classic icon of modern design since Arne Jacobsen created it for a pharmacy canteen in 1952. But not everyone knows what this important piece looks like: hear their unexpected anwers.

 

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Three-legged Ant Chair in walnut, Morba.

Credits

Executive Producer

Lynda Reeves

Director Online TV Production

Sheri Graham Delagran

Director of Photography

Jason Stickley

Senior Producer

Ryan Louis

Editors

Patrick Malone

Erin Gulas

Digital Director

Michael Zimmermann

Online Designer

Julie Whyte

Copyright 2014

Runtime: 1:32
Released: July 13, 2014
Channel: Design Lab