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Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair with Cushion Designed by Julie Hillman

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Donated by: SUITE New York
Modern eclectic design is the signature look of interior designer Julie Hillman. A graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York, Julie spent 10 years as a fashion designer before moving over to interior design. She launched her company, Julie Hillman Design, in 2000 to great demand from clients eager for Julie's talent for creating unique and individual interiors.

A mixture of collected antique and modern masterworks, balanced with sumptuous fabrics and comfortable furnishings, tailored to each client's individual needs—this is the foundation of Julie's approach to design. French decorative arts and architecture of the 1940s and 1950s greatly influences her design sensibility. She appreciates modern interpretations of classic furnishings and clean iconic lines. One of her strongest design elements is placing contrasting pieces within the same environment in order to create a unique aesthetic.

Julie Hillman Design has had the pleasure of designing high-end residential homes in New York City, the Hamptons, Westchester and Europe and Julie's work has been featured in many design publications in the US and abroad.

Approximate Dimensions:
Length of strap – 80” end-to-end
29.5" Height
22" Width
19" Depth
18" Height of seat

Plaque on the bottom of chair reads:
Carl Hansen and Sons
Designer – Hans Wagner

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Includes: Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair with Cushion Designed by Julie Hillman. In condition as donated; cannot be resold or re-auctioned, returned or exchanged.

To show their support of the Pink Wishbone project, Wright Brothers has generously agreed to provide discounted shipping rates; they will deliver the chairs free of charge anywhere in the Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) and at a reduced cost to any other destination. Should the winner be located in New York they will be responsible for NY sales tax. We greatly appreciate their participation and support. Please feel free to contact charitybuzz should you have any questions regarding the shipment of this item.
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The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.
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