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Pharrell Williams’s Think Tank — Quarter Inch Quirk

Thursday, June 29th, 2017

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Pharrell Williams’s Think Tank

Tank Chair blackAs companies operate leaner and it becomes more necessary to work longer hours… How much time do you invest in choosing the perfect chair for your home or office? Consequently, if we’re going to be chained to a desk, why not be chained to something we want to sit in? What is a chair anyway besides a throne to inspire you to produce your best work? The multi-faceted musician/entrepreneur Pharrell Williams of N.E.R.D fame has continued building his brand as a creative individual by making another contribution to industrial design…giving us the ‘Tank Chair’. The chairs are from the designer’s second installment in the critically acclaimed “Perspective” series. Williams draws inspiration from military tanks and replaced the women’s legs in his first installment with tank wheels. The contemporary furniture pieces are featured in four colorways, (white, baby blue, black and pink) made with leather, luxurious velour and veal skin wrapped seats. The chairs are in exhibition at the Emmanuel Perrition Gallery during Art Basel Miami Beach. So next time you are in the War Room or at your desk waiting for divine inspiration think about what you are sitting in and what that means or says about you.

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About Terrance Brown
I have a bachelors degree from the University of Alabama in World Business concentrating in International Marketing and French. I spent the past 3 years working at a large ad agency as a Broadcast Negotiator, on accounts such as Ford, Dominos, Burger King, Olive Garden, Cellular South, and Toys R Us to name a few. After being laid off in February '09, I've switched my attentions to helping make Refugee Desiger.com become a destination covering all aspects of design.

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