Don 1 (1-OK.CLUB)

PSP were commissioned by 1-OK Club to create a one-off prototype product to be exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria in ‘Works 1-43’.

PVC Plastic strips can be commonly found fixed to the entrances of suburban fish n chip shops, milk bars and butchers. PSP wanted to experiment with this material outside of its common context in the form of furniture. This material, is first and foremost a choice made by these traders based on functionality, but for PSP these dangling straps captured the essence of suburban Australia and the culture of take-away food. ‘Don 1’ the chair is the material embodiment of a story we created about a suburban butcher named Don.

Dimensions: 37cm x 72cm x 220cm
Materials: Powdercoated steel, PVC Plastic


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