This is high poly chair Rendered in vray. Stack not collapsed. Textures included. Model tested checkmate light program. 3ds, fbx, obj files exported without meshsmooth modifier.
No hidden objects All objects groupped All objects have materials No missing textures and texture paths cleared All objects have 1:1 scale Model have lights and cameras , just open max file and Click render and you have same image as preview. File have gamma 1.0 Unit scale cm 1:1 Model optimised for rendering in 3ds max and v-ray, in other programs may adjust materials and lighting,
Rare mid-century arm chair from the 1950s. Excellent vintage condition, original finish and upholstery. DESIGNER: Dan Johnson MANUFACTURER: Kodawood PRODUCED: 1950s WEAR: No stains or tears, no tarnish on brass, a few spots of exposed stitching in the vinyl seams MATERIAL: walnut, vinyl, brass HEIGHT: 28 in. WIDTH: 22 in. DEPTH: 19 in. SEAT HEIGHT: 17.5 in. Often incorrectly attributed to Danish designer Ib Kofod-Larsen, these elegant drumstick chairs are an early design by American architect Dan Johnson. They were produced and distributed by Selig and Kodawood in the US. Like Johnsons famous Gazelle chair, this design is light, lean, and elegant. Tapering dowel legs and floating seat panels are bound together by a slender wrap-around brass rod that forms the arms and supports the backrest.