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  • Exhibited

    Quasar sales catalogue, Paris, 1968, n.p.; 'Living in Heavenly Blue Blow-up Space in Paris’, Vogue, London, February 1969; Blow Up 233, 1986, pp. 67-71, for further reading; Nigel Whiteley, Pop Design: Modernism to Mod-Pop Theory and Design, 1952-72, London, 1987, p.198; Carey Zesiger, ‘A designer back in Vietnam', International Herald Tribune, 6 August 1996; Tom DiChristopher ‘Quasar Khanh: A Retrospective’ Asia Life HCMC, June 2010, pp 56-60 for an article on the artist; Philippe Decelle, Diane Hennebert and Pierre Loze, L'Utopie du Tout Plastique 1960-1973, exh. cat., Fondation pour l'architecture, Brussels, 1994, p. 84;
    Sean Topham, Where's my Space Age? The Rise and Fall of Futuristic Design, Munich, 2003, p. 99; Charlotte and Peter Fiell, eds., Domus Vol.VI 1965-1969, Cologne, 2006, p. 420 for similar examples in the Pneumatic Apartment; Alastair Gordon, Spaced Out: Crash Pads, Hippie Communes, Infinity Machines, and Other Radical Environments of the Psychedelic Sixties, New York, 2008, p. 105 for similar examples in the Pneumatic Apartment

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‘Relax’ chaise longue, model no. 11

c. 1968
Inflatable plastic.
60 x 160 x 70 cm (23 5/8 x 62 7/8 x 27 1/2 in)
Manufactured by Aero Space, France. Reverse with plastic manufacturer’s label ‘AERO SPACE/®/QUASAR/PATENTS PENDING/MADE IN FRANCE’.

Estimate
£6,000 - 8,000 

Design

27 September 2011
London