France 1970's An exclusive outdoor furniture by Ferdinand Ris known as the “Sunball”. A German invention for sitting out in the sun. An exclusive discussion piece in the 21st century for a minimal space. The fabric is found in its original state and is in purple colour. The exterior shell is made of fibreglass in a yellow pale colour with aluminium round cups at each side. The top slides down to shut and in the interior there are all necessary features to keep you in there: one round sliding side table on the right side, a backlight for reading and side cushions to sleep on. 35 pieces were made in a span of 2 years by Rosenthal, that later got known as a leading porcelain manufacturer, and ten pieces are known to exist today.
second height: 70"w (open)
Number of items: 1
Materials/Techniques: yellow pale fibreglass, aluminium round cups, purple fabric in its original condition.
Creator: Ferdinand Ris
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