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Já muito se disse sobre a Lockheed de Marc Newson, mas disse-se sobretudo porque se tornou na peça mais valiosa, porque assim disse o mercado, de um designer vivo.

Em 2010 um dos 15 exemplares existentes (embora a série seja apenas de 10 exemplares) foi vendido por $2,098,500 na Phillips de Pury.

Agora o número 10 da série vai também a leilão, com uma estimativa de £1,500,000 – 2,500,000.

Se tivermos em conta que Newson as vendeu por $1 000, é uma boa margem.

Vamos ver se a chaise longue continua a subir, mesmo com o petróleo a descer.

(imagem: Lockheed Lounge (1985) de Marc Newson; lote 226 do leilão Design Evening Sale da Phillips em Londres, no dia 28 de Abril às 18h)

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Much has been said about Marc Newson’s Lockheed, mainly because it has become the most valuable piece created by a living designer.

In 2010 one of the 15 copies (though the series is only of 10 copies) was sold for $2,098,500 at Phillips de Pury.

Now the number 10 in the series also goes to auction, with an estimate of £ 1,500,000 – 2,500,000.

If we consider that the Newson sold them for $ 1,000, is a good margin.

Let’s see if the chaise longue continues to rise, even with oil going down.

(photo: Lockheed Lounge (1985) by Marc Newson; lot 226 at Auction Design Evening Sale of Phillips in London on the April 28th at 6p.m.)

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