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GJ Chair Designed by Darryl Carter

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GJ Chair designed by Darryl Carter
Dimensions: 32.0"w x 32.0"d x 32.0"h
Medium: GJ Chair in black "suspended" in black metal cube with black rope and black grommets

Darryl Carter is distinguished by his sensitivity to person and place. His work is routinely featured in a host of shelter publications, including Elle Décor, Veranda, House Beautiful, and Town and Country, and he has been named on Architectural Digest’s Top100. Darryl has products with Benjamin Moore and Urban Electric Company. His second book is due out in October 2012.

With more than a decade of commissions behind him, Darryl’s design is identified by its unusual dexterity and unique sense of person and place. While none of his commissions are the same, his work has a discernible hand and is a study in contrasts. His design vocabulary honors the classical elements of the past and present: balancing the modern with the antique, the simple with the precious -- tailored bespoke environments.

"As I studied the chair, I became profoundly aware of its perfection ‘as was.’ My instinct was to protect it. Thanks to Joe Wills and Scott Cummings from Square Form, Margaret Boozer of Red Dirt Studio, and Nicole Durfee from DCI for their hard work in making this so."

The chairs will be on view at SUITE New York during the month of October for interested bidders to view in person.

Donated by: SUITE New York and Lange Production

Additional Lot Details
Additional Lot
Includes a GJ Chair designed by Darryl Carter. In condition as donated; cannot be returned or exchanged. Please see below for important information about shipping charges.

Domestic Shipping:
To show their support of the Pink Jalk project, Tramo@Home New York has generously agreed to provide discounted domestic shipping rates. The chairs will be delivered free of charge within a 100 mile radius of New York City and at a reduced cost to any other domestic (USA) destination. Should the winner reside outside of the 100 mile radius of NYC, in addition to the shipping fee there will be an additional $175 crating charge for each chair. Should the winner reside in New York or California, they will be responsible for applicable state and local sales taxes. Please contact Charitybuzz at prior to bidding should you have any questions regarding the shipment of this item.

International Shipping:
Please note that shipping costs will vary based on the winner's location and winner will be responsible for all applicable shipping costs, crating fees (approximately $325 for fire-rated crate), insurance, customs fees, and import duties. The item will be insured at the full purchase price and the insurance fee and import duties will vary based on this amount. Charitybuzz is happy to provide interested bidders with a shipping quote prior to bidding so please contact should you have any questions regarding this item.

Lot #313706

Shipping details

The minimum processing and handling charge for this item is $9.95.

The minimum shipping, handling and applicable insurance charge for non-tangible items is $9.95. Detailed redemption information will be emailed to the winning bidder. The minimum shipping charge for hard copies of tickets and certificates is $14.95. The minimum shipping charge for merchandise is $19.95 (shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping and customs fees). Tickets, certificates and merchandise are typically shipped with signature required, unless otherwise specified, via professional carrier. In some cases, tickets will be left at the venue's "Will Call" window under the winner's name. Merchandise is insured for the winning amount.

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GJ Chair Designed by Darryl Carter

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Extended Bidding

The closing time for this item has been extended. When a bid is placed in the final 10 minutes of an item's closing, the time gets extended 10 minutes. As long as bids keep coming in, the time will keep getting extended. This allows competing bidders a chance to stay in the race.