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  • Heather Trossman

    Frank Gehry Gehry Color Cubes Twist cube appropriate for indoor/outdoor commercial, institutional and residential use. Colors Red, yellow, green, blue, magenta Dimensions Height: 43,5cm - 17 1/8" Width: 46cm - 18 1/8" Depth: 45,5cm - 17 15/16" Weight: 7,2 kilos - 15.87 lbs Construction One piece roto molded polymer.

  • Bernadette Rubio

    Gehry Outdoor Bench

  • Florence Rosenthal

    Heller Frank Gehry Color Cubes ($250) ❤ liked on Polyvore

  • Jessica Gordon

    Modern Outdoor Furniture | Gehry Color Cube

  • Collin Powell

    Heller Frank Gehry Color Cube Modern Design <3

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Take a Seat Drive through any neighborhood on trash day and you're sure to find a beat-up chair or two. Rescue the sturdy ones with sandpaper, primer, and paint. Re-cover the seat by cutting fabric 3 inches larger all around and attaching it with a staple gun. For extra flair, embellish the chair back with rub-on lettering.