One of the most recognized objects of the last century, and an icon of the modern movement, the Barcelona Chair is a tribute to the marriage of design and craftsmanship.
Harry Bertoia’s delicately industrial Side Chair is among the most recognized achievements of mid-century modern design. Like Saarinen and Mies, Bertoia found sublime grace in an industrial material, elevating it beyond its normal utility into a work of art.
The graceful Diamond Chair is an astounding study in space design, form and function by one of the master sculptors – Harry Bertoia, in 1952. Like Saarinen and Mies, Bertoia found sublime grace in an industrial material, elevating it beyond its normal utility into a work of art.
Warmed through color and texture, the Florence Knoll Lounge Collection is a scaled-down translation of the rhythm and proportions of mid-century modern architecture.
The Jehs+Laub Lounge Chair is inspired by the structure and geometry of earlier Knoll designs, is the latest in a long and distinguished line of Knoll lounge furniture. The sweeping form is balanced by an inviting interior inspired by traditional quilting.
Eero Saarinen designed the groundbreaking Womb Chair at Florence Knoll’s request for “a chair that was like a basket full of pillows, something I could really curl up in.”
About a Lounge Chair has a strong signature expression and a keen sense of proportions with its late-modern references and contemporary textural qualities. About a Lounge Chair appears as a sculpture in space with its beautiful back, where the stitching helps define a graphic line that appears subtle or striking, depending on your choice of upholstery.
About a Chair comes in a dyed plastic version as well as a version with either frontal or full upholstery in hard-wearing furniture fabrics combined with round legs in soap-finished or lacquered oak or ash wood stained black. The many possible combinations of frame, shell and colours make About a Chair an ultra-flexible and versatile chair that celebrates individuality.
Generous and inviting, Uchiwa’s hard plastic shell has surprisingly soft down padding inside. New and familiar at once, the armchair comes in two upholstered versions: in soft down for a more domestic environment and in moulded foam for a more demanding contract context. The dramatic seat shell can be exposed or upholstered, and the legs come in natural or stained oak.