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Womb Chair & Ottoman

$1,475.00 $1,199.00

Fabric
Fabric - Black
Fabric - White
Fabric - Red
Fabric - Dark Grey
Fabric - Light Grey
Fabric - Dark Purple
Fabric-Light Purple
Fabric - Blue
Fabric - Wool Sky Blue
Fabric-Brown
Fabric - Green
Fabric - Orange
Fabric - Yellow
Fabric - Mustard
Fabric - Pink
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Description

Womb Chair & Ottoman:

The distinctive design of the Womb Armchair is part of Eero S.’s breakthrough chair collection. The challenging forms of the piece are an example of the designer’s imaginative flair and experimentation with new materials and forms. The 1948 design has soft padding with a tilted backrest, which makes for the great seating comfort of the chair. The artistic form of the Womb Armchair has set new standards for modern design, which impresses more than half a century later.

Furnish Plus produces the classic design in quality cashmere in a variety of colors and the reliable frame and legs are made of steel.

Womb Chair & Ottoman Details:

  • Distinctive design from 1948
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Handmade from top materials
  • Constructed around a synthetic “dimension true” curvature fiberglass shell
  • Polished stainless steel resistant to chipping and flaking
  • Floor protective pads included
  • This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties.

Product Dimensions:

Chair: W=39″ x D=35″ x H=36″

Seat Height: 16.5″

Ottoman: W=25.5″ x D=21″ x H=16.5″

Additional information
Material/Color:

Fabric, Fabric – Black, Fabric – White, Fabric – Red, Fabric – Dark Grey, Fabric – Light Grey, Fabric – Dark Purple, Fabric-Light Purple, Fabric – Blue, Fabric – Wool Sky Blue, Fabric-Brown, Fabric – Green, Fabric – Orange, Fabric – Yellow, Fabric – Mustard, Fabric – Pink

About the Designer

See Full Collection of Eero Saarinen

Eero Saarinen (August 20, 1910 – September 1, 1961) was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer of the 20th century with a simple, sweeping, arching structural curves or machine-like rationalism style. He believed that his clients were “co-creators,” which led him to adjust his approach to design according to what they wanted instead of strictly adhering to his aesthetic. Saarinen first received critical recognition, while still working for his father, for a chair designed together with Charles Eames for the "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition in 1940, for which they received first prize. “The Tulip Chair” He also has other important pieces including the “Grasshopper” lounge chair and ottoman, and “Womb” settee. His work was present from bomb disassembly manuals to Time magazine to countless editorials.
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