Harkonnen Stuhl, Polyester, 1981
Fibreglass (Polyester resin), steel, rubber

The Harkonnen Chair, one of H.R. Giger’s furniture designs is manufactured by hand chiefly out of black fibreglass and made to resemble human skeleton. The chair was initially designed for the unproduced movie version of the novel DUNE that was originally slated to be directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky.

Each Harkonnen Chair is hand-made to order, a process that requires patience and fine craftsmanship. As every Giger furniture piece, the Harkonnen Chair is available in an open ended-edition. Each chair comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Depending on the fluctuation of the monetary exchange rate, the approximate price of the Harkonnen Chair will be plus the cost of crating and shipping. Approximate delivery (anywhere in the world) is three to four months from the time the order is placed and a 50% deposit is received. The deposit will also guarantee that your price will remain the same even if the exchange rate rises in the interim. Final payment is required when the finished chair is ready to be delivered. We can recommend several professional art transport companies we use regularly.

For all inquiries about HR Giger sculpture, limited editions, furniture and artwork, please contact HR Giger Museum.