This unique Ball Chair chair adds a casual, futuristic element to any setting. The Ball Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1963. Ideal for large rooms or commercial spaces.
The Coconut Chair was introduced in 1955 by George Nelson, one of the pioneers of the modernist design movement. Nelson envisioned and purposely designed the sides and curves of this chair to provide comfortable lounge seating. The chair is padded with a thick, medium density foam cushion, which is then completely upholstered in genuine leather and molded into the unique fiberglass shell.
The Corona Chair was designed by Poul M. Volther and received a lot of acclaim when it was first introduced in 1964.
The Corona Chair features a spectacular ergonomic design that stands by itself. The chair itself is very comfortable since the elliptical shapes of the backrest and the seat, conform to the natural shape of the human body. This inspired reproduction comes in highly polished stainless steel frame and is upholstered in top grain Italian leather.
It’s an artistic piece of furniture, that definitely makes a statement in any decor.
The Egg chair was designed in 1958 by architect and designer Arne Jacobsen.
It was created specifically for the Radisson SAS hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is believed that the Egg Chair was inspired at the time by Eero Saarinen’s “Womb Chair”. The unique shape of the Egg Chair provides a level of privacy with its “winged design.” The Egg Chair originated from Jacobsen’s garage, and was originally cast in plaster. Today, the chair has an adjustable tilt feature and is formed with fibreglass, with high-density polyurethane foam padding around the entire chair structure. The front and back are fully upholstered in genuine top-grain Italian leather.
• Available in Genuine 100% Top-Grain Italian Leather, 100% Aniline-Dyed Premium Leather and Aniline-Dyed Vintage Leather
• Wood frame available in Dark Walnut, Rosewood/Palisander, Natural Oak, Black Oak, or White veneered plywood
• Molded wood frame is constructed of 7-ply kiln-dried plywood. Frame is finished in veneer on both sides.
• Die-cast aluminum braces and base
• Available Colors: Black, White, Dark Brown, Red and Cigar Brown and Slate Grey Genuine Leather. Vintage leather options available in Ebony, Whiskey, and Cognac.
• One year parts replacement warranty
• Cushions are attached using velcro and metal clips similar to the original version
• Cushions are constructed of Dacron-wrapped multi-density CA-167 fire-retardant polyurethane
The Herman Miller version is available by special request. Choose from Genuine 100% Top-Grain Leather or premium 100% Aniline-Dyed Leather. We are also offering this item in deluxe Vintage leathers on a custom-order basis including: Cognac, Whiskey, and Ebony. Please call us for vintage leather pricing.
This Wegner Shell Chair was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1963 and is constructed of finely molded veneered plywood, with 100% genuine aniline-dyed italian leather upholstery for the seat and back cushions. This comfortable lounge chair makes a bold statement in any living room or office, thanks to its wide stance and unique shape. The Wegner Shell Chair is a reflection of Hans Wegner’s expertise in cabinetmaking and architecture, and this reproduction exhibits the all the finest qualities of the original design.
The “wings” of this chair provide superior support for your upper back, neck and head, while the roomy seat allows you to sit in a variety of positions. Although Wegner designed his Wing Chair in 1960, it wasn’t put into production until 2006 – debuting at the IMM Cologne furniture fair where it received a classic innovation award for its timeless appeal. With experience in cabinetry and architecture, Wegner had an intimate understanding of materials and joinery, plus a passion for creating chairs that deliver outstanding comfort.
The LC4 Chaise Lounge is another iconic design from the popular Le Corbusier collection. Its ergonomic design mirrors the body’s natural curves, and can be adjusted from a near-upright position to a full reclining position. The LC4 Chaise Lounge was originally designed in 1928 and is now part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). It’s as much a work of art as it is a piece of furniture. The seat cushion and headrest are upholstered in premium leather.
Hans J. Wegner’s fascination with Picasso, specifically his Surrealism paintings of the 1930s was the inspiration for this sculptural chair and ottoman that he designed in 1960.
The Ox chair and ottoman were originally manufactured by AP Stolen of Denmark. Produced for only two short years, the chair was out-of-production in Europe for twenty-seven years. Subsequently in 1989, Erik Jørgensen’s Manufacturing of Denmark released the chair and ottoman into its product collection.
An internationally recognizable design, the Ox chair and ottoman has been produced by Modernica since 2003. Painstakingly handcrafted by Modernica’s master builders, each chair and ottoman follow strict adherences to the original design with regards to dimensions, frame construction, and materials — making this significant piece an affordable luxury.
One of the most recognizable and enduring designs of the 20 th century. It was originally designed by Mies Van der Rohe in 1929 to serve as seating for the king and queen of Spain at the International Exposition in Barcelona , hence its name. The ottomans were intended as seating for their servants. The set features a polished solid-core stainless steel frame for maximum strength. The cushions are upholstered in 100% genuine top-grain Italian Leather on the top and sides of each cushion.
We are committed to offering you the highest quality reproduction available in the market right now. This piece makes an excellent choice for the home as well as commercial spaces.
The PK 22 Chair was originally designed between 1955-56 by Danish designer Poul Kjaeholm. The chair is a similar in form to the Barcelona Chair but is even more minimalist in design. The PK 22 Chair consists of a stretched leather or woven rattan seat surface, and is supported by 4 satin-brushed stainless steel spring legs, which are attached to the bottom of the seat.
This large and very comfortable lounge chair was designed by Eero Saarinen in 1948 and is called the Womb Chair because of its unique, enveloping shape. The chair and ottoman are completely upholstered in a wool & polyester blend fabric over a foam-lined molded fiberglass frame.