Eternity Modern


Saarinen Executive Armchair - Wooden legs

Reproduction
Material
Cashmere-Wheat
Cashmere-Wheat $495.00
Cashmere-Granite Dark Grey
Cashmere-Granite Dark Grey $495.00
Cashmere-Chartreuse Green
Cashmere-Chartreuse Green $495.00
Cashmere-Snow White
Cashmere-Snow White $495.00
Cashmere-Onyx Black
Cashmere-Onyx Black $495.00
Cashmere-Tiffany Blue
Cashmere-Tiffany Blue $495.00
Cashmere-Imperial Red
Cashmere-Imperial Red $495.00
Cashmere-Moss Green
Cashmere-Moss Green $495.00
Cashmere-Victorian Plum
Cashmere-Victorian Plum $495.00
Cashmere-Blue Grey
Cashmere-Blue Grey $495.00
Cashmere-Spanish Orange
Cashmere-Spanish Orange $495.00
Cashmere-Fuschia
Cashmere-Fuschia $495.00
Boucle Wool-Ruby
Boucle Wool-Ruby $495.00
Boucle Wool-Aqua
Boucle Wool-Aqua $495.00
Boucle Wool-Charcoal Grey
Boucle Wool-Charcoal Grey $495.00
Boucle Wool-Yellow
Boucle Wool-Yellow $495.00
Boucle Wool-Cocoa
Boucle Wool-Cocoa $495.00
Boucle Wool-Ocean
Boucle Wool-Ocean $495.00
Boucle Wool-Haze Grey
Boucle Wool-Haze Grey $495.00
Boucle Wool-Copper
Boucle Wool-Copper $495.00
Velvet-Ecru Beige
Velvet-Ecru Beige $495.00
Velvet-Slate Pebble
Velvet-Slate Pebble $495.00
Velvet-Rose Mauve
Velvet-Rose Mauve $495.00
Velvet-Ginger Cider
Velvet-Ginger Cider $495.00
Velvet-Tangerine Orange
Velvet-Tangerine Orange $495.00
Velvet-Graphite Grey
Velvet-Graphite Grey $495.00
Velvet-Ash Brown
Velvet-Ash Brown $495.00
Velvet-Empress Green
Velvet-Empress Green $495.00
Velvet-Indigo Blue
Velvet-Indigo Blue $495.00
Velvet-Jeweled Plum
Velvet-Jeweled Plum $495.00
Velvet-Midnight Blue
Velvet-Midnight Blue $495.00
Velvet-Onyx Black
Velvet-Onyx Black $495.00
Top Grain-Black
Top Grain-Black $795.00
Top Grain-White
Top Grain-White $795.00
Top Grain-Cream
Top Grain-Cream $795.00
Top Grain-Dark Brown
Top Grain-Dark Brown $795.00
Top Grain-Tan
Top Grain-Tan $795.00
Top Grain-Red
Top Grain-Red $795.00
Aniline-Black
Aniline-Black $845.00
Aniline-White
Aniline-White $845.00
Aniline-Cream
Aniline-Cream $845.00
Aniline-Dark Brown
Aniline-Dark Brown $845.00
Aniline-Beige
Aniline-Beige $845.00
Aniline-Camel
Aniline-Camel $845.00
Vintage-Brown
Vintage-Brown $995.00

To ensure that your furniture is made to the highest quality standards, every piece is custom made. Hence, our lead time is typically 8-12 weeks.

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Identical to the original

All of our Saarinen Executive Armchair - Wooden legs are manufactured with our 13 years of experience to ensure our quality and your peace of mind.

Saarinen Executive Armchair - Wooden legs

The design of Eero Saarinen's Executive Armchair (1950) began more than a decade earlier, when he and Charles Eames submitted several designs to the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition at MoMA. This work inspired Saarinen to design a chair that would provide exceptional comfort from its shell alone, and not just from the furnishing. His luxurious and sculptural Executive Side Chair and the matching Executive Armchair were the results. The design won the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award and the West Germany Federal Award for Industrial design.

Dimensions:
  • Height: 31.5" x Depth: 24.75" x Width: 26"
  • Seat hieght: 18"

     Material & Feature:

  • Structure: Molded fiberglass shell with highly resilient urethane foam
  • High elasticity dacron-wrapped foam with genuine down feather layer 
  • Premium Fabric, Top Grain/Aniline Leather upholstery (C.O.M available)
  • Solid wood legs with walnut finish
  • All materials are fire-retardant & non-toxic (Baby friendly)
  • Customization available - Request with Customer Service
Saarinen Executive Armchair - Wooden legs
* All measurements are approximations.

The purpose of architecture is to shelter and enhance man’s life on earth and to fulfill his belief in the nobility of his existence,” said Eero Saarinen in 1959. Saarinen’s architectural legacy communicates this sentiment of giddy potential and unfettered optimism in post-war America. Iconic projects like the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Washington D.C.’s Dulles International Airport Terminal and the Kresge Auditorium on MIT’s campus express his groundbreaking brand of midcentury modernism.

Born in Finland to famed architect Eliel Saarinen and textile designer Loja Saarinen, Eero immigrated with his family to the United States in 1923. Settling in Michigan, Eliel co-founded the Cranbrook Academy of Art and designed most of the buildings for the campus – now a National Historic Landmark – while the young Eero worked alongside his father as a student apprentice. It was at Cranbrook that Eero met Charles Eames, beginning their lifelong collaboration.

In 1934, Saarinen graduated from the School of Architecture at Yale University. As his career flourished, he was criticized for changing his style depending on his client’s needs and desires. The architect, however, saw his clients as “co-creators” and was dedicated to pushing the established boundaries of modernism, what he called the ”measly ABC.” Clients understood this creative potential. After his father’s death in 1950, Saarinen became principal partner of Saarinen & Associates, and the business thrived – landing him on the cover of Time magazine in 1956. Poised at the center of America’s post-war expansion, Saarinen created a visual vocabulary for both corporate and college campuses, including headquarters for John Deere, IBM and CBS, and buildings for Vassar College, MIT and his alma mater, Yale.

Saarinen didn’t ignore the smaller sculptural pieces needed to furnish his ambitious projects. Though he started designing furniture in his teens, it wasn’t until he and Charles Eames won first prize in the Museum of Modern Art’s “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition in 1940 that he was taken seriously as a furniture designer. Though their award-winning molded plywood chairs were never put into production, the acknowledgement launched the careers of both men – Eames going on to work for Herman Miller, while Saarinen partnered with his former Cranbrook associates, Hans and Florence Knoll. His Pedestal Table, Tulip™ Chair, Womb™ Chair and Executive Seating have all become easily recognizable icons of American modernism.

Saarinen’s illustrious career was cut short with his untimely death in 1961, at age 51, while having surgery for a brain tumor. (Coincidentally, his wife Aline would die from the same affliction, a decade later.) His partners at Saarinen & Associates, Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, completed his 10 remaining projects. In 2002, Roche donated Saarinen’s papers and drawings to the Yale University Library, which created a renewed interest in Saarinen’s life and work, including the establishment of Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future, an exhibition and archival project dedicated to preserving the midcentury master’s legacy.

We at Eternity Modern are pleased to offer an outstanding guarantee on all our products!  We proudly stand by the quality and craftsmanship of all our furniture pieces. 

We do not compromise on any of the procedures and follow a strict protocol to ensure that the quality of our products is maintained.  Hence, to sustain our devotion to quality, Eternity Modern offers 1 year warranty from date of delivery on all factory defects and 5 years warranty on all furniture parts.

Customer satisfaction is one of our key principles and we will work ddiligently to resolve any issues that should arise.

Defects/blemishes resulting from negligence, accidents, maltreatment or commercial use is not covered under the Eternity Modern warranty

Please contact customer service should you have any inquiries regarding our Warranty Policy

If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return it for a full refund.  Items must be shipped securely in its original packaging, and you must contact us within 7 days of receiving your order.   You are responsible for return shipping costs. Refunds will be issued once the item is received in our shipping warehouse.

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