Australian artist Clement Meadmore made furniture during the 1950’s before he found international success as a sculptor. Most of his work is constructed using steel rod and cotton or synthetic cord, but the simplicity and sculptural quality make his chairs something quite unique. Below is a sample of some of his work from the fifties.
Below is a rare example of a Meadmore stool with backrest which
displays his flair for simplicity and functionality.
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