Eero Saarinen Saarinen Executive Side Chair with Metal Legs in Leather
  • Knoll Saarinen Side Chair - Metal Legs
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Tubular steel legs, polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Side chair: 24.25" w | 20.5" d | 31.75" h | seat: 18.75" h.
  • Knoll Saarinen Side Chair - Wood Legs
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Wood legs, polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Side chair: 24.25" w | 20.5" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18.75" h.
  • Knoll Saarinen Arm Chair - Metal Legs
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Tubular steel legs, polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Arm chair: 25.5" w | 24.5" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18" h.
  • Saarinen Knoll Swivel Side Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Five-star steel base. Polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Armless swivel: 24.75" w | 24" d | 31"- 36.25" h | seat: 14.5" - 19.75" h.
  • Saarinen Knoll Swivel Arm Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Five-star steel base, polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Swivel arm chair: 25.25" w |24" d | 31"-36.25" h | seat: 16.5" - 21.75" h.
  • ...home office...
    Styling idea
  • Knoll Saarinen Arm Chair - Wood Legs
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Wood legs, polyurethane shell, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. The chair is available with and without arms, and features metal or wood legs, or a swivel base. The armless chair with a plastic back, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Arm chair: 25.5" w | 24.5" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18" h.
  • Knoll Saarinen Plastic Back Side Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1957. Tubular steel, polycarbonate back, upholstered seat. Made in USA by Knoll. In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Recognizing the importance of user comfort, Saarinen became the first to construct a chair shell from fiberglass, a pliable material that flexes in response to body weight. This chair is available without arms, and features chromed, tubular-steel legs. This armless, plastic back version, ideal for café applicatons, is a recent reintroduction. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. His collaboration with Charles Eames in 1937 led to the creation of the Organic Armchair, made from plywood and foam rubber, the first three-dimensionally shaped bucket armchair. Saarinen continued to develop this theme in the years that followed with great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Side chair: 24.25" w | 20.5" d | 31.75" h | seat: 18.75" h. Available with either a white or black plastic back with tubular steel legs in your choice of seat upholstery.
  • Saarinen Executive Armchair By Knoll
    2modern.com
    Featured in nearly every Florence Knoll interior, the Saarinen Executive Chair remains one of the most popular Knoll designs. Originally introduced in 1950, the chair transformed the notion of what executive seating could be with its fluid, sculptural form and modern finishing. The timeless and versatile design continues to fit seamlessly into work, conference, lounge and dining applications of any decor. Construction and Details Available in a wide range of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck leathers. Seat features molded, reinforced polyurethane back shell and a contoured plywood seat form. Steel legs are seamless tubular steel with polished chrome finish. Wood legs are solid, steam-bent oak available in 5 finish colors. GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified. Due to variances in color perception with a monitor, samples are available and strongly recommended.
  • Saarinen Executive Chair (Plastic Back) By Knoll
    2modern.com
    Featured in nearly all Florence Knoll-designed interiors, the Saarinen Executive Chair remains one of the most popular Knoll designs. Introduced in 1950, the chair transformed the notion of what executive seating could be with its sculptural form and modern finishing.This modern chair, designed by legend Eero Saarinen, won the Museum of Modern Art Award, Federal Award for Industrial Design, 1969. Construction and Details Available in a wide range of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck leathers. Available with plastic back available in white or black. Seat features molded, reinforced polyurethane back shell and a contoured plywood seat form. GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified. Due to variances in color perception with a monitor, samples are available and strongly recommended.
  • Saarinen Executive Conference Armchair By Knoll
    2modern.com
    Featured in nearly every Florence Knoll interior, the Saarinen Executive Chair remains one of the most popular Knoll designs. Originally introduced in 1950, the chair transformed the notion of what executive seating could be with its fluid, sculptural form and modern finishing. The timeless and versatile design continues to fit seamlessly into work, conference, lounge and dining applications of any decor. Construction and Details Available in a wide range of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck leathers. Seat features molded, reinforced polyurethane back shell and a contoured plywood seat form. 5-star base with casters,360 degree swivel, tilt with tilt tension, and pneumatic seat height adjustment. GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified. Due to variances in color perception with a monitor, samples are available and strongly recommended.
  • Strange Meow Style
    Styling idea
  • Knoll Saarinen Tulip Side Chair - Platinum
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1956. Aluminum base, fiberglass, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In 1956, Eero Saarinen addressed the "ugly, confusing, unrestful world resulting from the slum of legs underneath typical chairs and tables." In 1957, Knoll unveiled the Pedestal Collection by Eero Saarinen, known today as the Tulip Collection, which has evolved into a symbol of mid-century modern design and a mainstay of the Knoll design legacy. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. He collaborated with Charles Eames in 1937 which led to the creation of the Organic Armchair. Saarinen continued to develop great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Chairs feature a heavy, molded cast aluminum base and molded fiberglass shell. Platinum finish consists of a high-resilient polyurethane enamel wet coat with a clear satin finish. Chairs are available with or without arms in a fixed position or with swivel action. Base and shell finishes are available in white, black and platinum. Seat cushion is available in your choice of a variety of fabric options. 20" W | 18.5" h | 21.25" d | seat: 18.5" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Side Chair Dowel Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 18.5" W | 21" d | 31.75" h | seat: 17" h.
  • Herman Miller ® Eames Chaise Lounge
    allmodern.com
    About the Designer Charles & Ray Eames United States Charles Ormond Eames, Jr (1907–1978) and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (née Kaiser) Eames (1912–1988) were American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in the fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film. The Eames Chaise is soft, comfortable, and just 18 inches wide. When you lie on it, you naturally fold your arms over your chest. Should you doze off, your arms soon fall to your sides, waking you up. It's a beautiful place to relax for a spell in a study, den, or executive office. The gently curved frame puts the body in a healthful relaxed position, with the head and legs slightly raised. The Eames Chaise is designed for quick, healthful snoozes. The Design: In 1955 while filming on location, director Billy Wilder discovered he could take quick naps on a plank held up by sawhorses. This prompted Wilder to tell his friends Charles and Ray Eames that he needed a narrow office couch. The Eameses remembered that conversation and in 1968 introduced the Eames Chaise, giving the first one to Wilder. It has been produced by Herman Miller ever since. Features at a Glance: Sleek Sophistication Sculptural frame and base with trim lines. Available in over 100 colors of quality leather. Cushioned Comfort Six 2.5-inch-thick foam cushions. Upholstered in soft, supple leather. Cushions are secured to nylon fabric tightly slung on the frame and joined by flexible zippers. Two loose cushions give additional support for the neck, back, or legs. Gently curved frame. Secure Support Die-cast aluminum frame and base are stable and strong. Scratch-resistant, eggplant-colored nylon coating is electrostatically applied to the aluminum. Glides are high-impact nylon. Dimensions: Height: 16.5 - 29.5" Width: 76.5” Depth: 18" Why Buy From Us? The Eames Chaise is offered as a Specialty Order Item in order to accommodate complete customization. Wayfair backs a 12-year warranty. Should you experience any problems with your Eames Chaise, Herman Miller will cover the cost of fixing it for you. Also, should you discover shortly after receiving your Eames Chaise that parts are either damaged or missing, please call us immediately, and we will be happy to send you replacement parts as soon as possible and at no additional cost.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Armchair Wire Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 25" W | 24" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18" h.
  • Knoll Saarinen Tulip Arm Chair - Platinum
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1956. Aluminum base, fiberglass, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In 1956, Eero Saarinen addressed the "ugly, confusing, unrestful world resulting from the slum of legs underneath typical chairs and tables." In 1957, Knoll unveiled the Pedestal Collection by Eero Saarinen, known today as the Tulip Collection, which has evolved into a symbol of mid-century modern design and a mainstay of the Knoll design legacy. Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. He collaborated with Charles Eames in 1937 which led to the creation of the Organic Armchair. Saarinen continued to develop great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Chairs feature a heavy, molded cast aluminum base and molded fiberglass shell. Platinum finish consists of a high-resilient polyurethane enamel wet coat with a clear satin finish. Chairs are available with or without arms in a fixed position or with swivel action. Base and shell finishes are available in white, black and platinum. Seat cushion is available in your choice of a variety of fabric options. 26" W | 23.25" d | 32" h | seat: 18" h | arm: 25.4" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Armchair Dowel Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 25" W | 24" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18.5" h.
  • interior #99
    Styling idea
  • Knoll Conference Armchair by Eero Saarinen
    hauslondon.com
    In his groundbreaking collection of 1957, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Materials: Frame is polyurethane shell with a contoured, plywood form. Legs are seamless tubular steel with polished chrome finish, natural wooden legs or ebonized wooden legs. Upholstery available in a wide range of Knoll textiles and Spinneybeck leather. Prices shown are for Knoll Felt or Hopsack (Group C), please call us for the full range of fabrics and colours. Dimensions: Seat Height 46cm (Height 80cm) x Width 65cm x Depth 65cm.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Armchair 4-Leg Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 25" W | 24" d | 31.5" h | seat: 18" h.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Side Chair - Color
    hivemodern.com
    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1955. Steel, laminated wood. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. A multipurpose range of chairs, the Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen is the flagship of Fritz Hansen's collection. Consisting of a slim shell which is composed of 9 layers of veneer plus 2 layers of cotton textile and rests on a thin mirrored chrome steel base. The Series 7 swivel task chair features a height-adjustable swivel base on 5 casters. The lamination process coupled with the qualities inherent in the wood make the Series 7 flexible enough to adjust to the body's contours and movements. Series 7 is available as a stackable side chair, pedestal chair, office chair, barstool or counter stool and as a children's chair. With a plethora of options and offerings, you're sure to find the perfect Series 7 chair for any space. The wide range of options are available in lacquered, lazured or wood veneer. For added comfort, Series 7 is also available upholstered - with leather or fabric upholstery, on the front only or on the entire chair. Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as an architect and as a designer. His cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. Note: clear lacquer: wood grain is fully visible. Lazur finish (colored ash): wood grain is clearly visible. Lacquered finish: uniform, silky soft surface with no visible wood grain & smooth surface. 19.7" W | 20.5" d | 30.3" - 33.8" h | seat: 16.5" - 21.6" h.
  • Saarinen Conference Chair In Hallingdal Fabric Upholstery & Oak Stained Walnut Legs
    conranshop.co.uk
    In his groundbreaking collection of 1946, Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form. Extremely comfortable due to the flexible, reinforced polyurethane back shell, this side chair is the perfect partnership for the Saarinen Tulip dining table. The solid oak stained walnut legs add richness to any interior space.Marc Krusin graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in England with a degree in furniture design. He began his career in Milan and collaborated with various studios, including that of Piero Lissoni. In 1998, he co-founded the Milan-based group, Codice 31, which in successive years gained increased importance in the design world and established his international reputation as an emerging talent. Click here to view all designs by Eero Saarinen at The Conran Shop.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Side Chair Wire Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 18.5" W | 21" d | 31.75" h | seat: 16.5" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Side Chair 4-Leg Base
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 18.5" W | 21" d | 31.75" h | seat: 16.5" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Fiberglass Armchair Rocker
    hivemodern.com
    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded fiberglass, metal frame, solid wood rockers. Made by Herman Miller® "The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests." -Charles Eames. Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950's Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free "dry bind" process. Like the original shell chairs, the new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striation that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades. Available in both the arm and side chair formats in eight archival colors, the chairs can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. An array of trim, finely tailored Hopsak fabrics designed by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller's Textile Director from 1952 to 1973, round out the collection of shell customization options, fully restoring the integrity of the original 1953 shell chair offerings. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With the molded plastic, fiberglass, and wood shell chairs -as well as the wire chair- the Eames' have created a universal response to what everyone wants from a chair: a simple, gracious form that fits any body and every place. 25" W | 27.25" d | 26.5" h | seat: 16.25" h.
  • Fritz Hansen Swivel Side Chair - Wood Veneer
    hivemodern.com
    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1955. Steel, laminated wood. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. A multipurpose range of chairs, the Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen is the flagship of Fritz Hansen's collection. Consisting of a slim shell which is composed of 9 layers of veneer plus 2 layers of cotton textile and rests on a thin mirrored chrome steel base. The Series 7 swivel task chair features a height-adjustable swivel base on 5 casters. The lamination process coupled with the qualities inherent in the wood make the Series 7 flexible enough to adjust to the body's contours and movements. Series 7 is available as a stackable side chair, pedestal chair, office chair, barstool or counter stool and as a children's chair. With a plethora of options and offerings, you're sure to find the perfect Series 7 chair for any space. Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as an architect and as a designer. His cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. The wide range of options are available in lacquered, lazured or wood veneer with a clear lacquer. For added comfort, Series 7 is also available upholstered - with leather or fabric upholstery, on the front only or on the entire chair. 19.7" W | 20.5" d | 30.3" - 33.8" h | seat: 16.5" - 21.6" h.
  • Knoll Saarinen Tulip Side Chair - White
    hivemodern.com
    Design Eero Saarinen, 1956. Aluminum base, fiberglass, upholstery. Made in USA by Knoll. In his purist approach to design, Finnish-born Eero Saarinen sought out the essential idea and reduced it to the most effective structural solution. He designed the 1956 Tulip chair in terms of its setting, rather than a particular shape. "In any design problem, one should seek the solution in terms of the next largest thing." he said. "If the problem is a chair, then its solution must be found in the way it relates to the room..." In the Tulip, Saarinen realized his ideal of formal unity: "Every significant piece of furniture has a holistic structure." Winner of the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award, the Tulip is Saarinen's genius solution to clearing up the "slum of legs" that populates the under-carriage of most dining sets. Construction notes: Base is a cast aluminum, rilsan coated finish. Shell is molded fiberglass with a reinforced plastic bonded finish. Upholstered foam cushion is removable, with zippered cover and velcro fastening. Base and shell finish available in white or black. Upholstery available with a seat cushion only or with a fully upholstered inner shell. The signature of Eero Saarinen is located on the underside of the base. 20" W | 32" h | 21.25" d | seat: 18.5" h.
About