Frank Gehry Color Cube
A little color goes a long way with the Frank Gehry Color Cube. In 2006, Frank Gehry created an immensely colorful sculpture called "Le Telephone" for French artist Sophie Calle in Paris. Influenced by the different colors used in the sculpture, Frank Gehry modeled the Frank Gehry Color Cube off of the Right Twist Cube and Left Twist Cube from his collection. The inspirational Frank Gehry Color Cubes are a bright way to enhance any modern décor.
Made from a unique one-piece construction of roto-molded polymer, the Frank Gehry Color Cube is available in a wide variety of vibrant colors for you to choose from. It is sustainable for both indoor and outdoor use, so you can create an interesting outdoor seating area and move it inside as the weather gets colder. Suitable for contract markets, the Frank Gehry Color Cube also makes bold statements in restaurants, hotels, and other various commercial locations.
A famous, award-winning architect, Frank Gehry was born in Toronto and then moved to Los Angeles at the age of seventeen. Throughout his career, he has designed many buildings throughout the world, including the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA. Gehry created the Frank Gehry Furniture Collection in 2004, which is display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York and on permanent display at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.