The Organic Chair is a comfortable little chair for reading and was created in 1940 as a support to the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition at the New York MoMA. Provisionally speaking, it was ahead of its time but never went into series production due to the lack of production techniques. It was not until after 1950 that the production and sale of larger quantities of organically formed seat shells became feasible. The first were chairs like the iconic Plastic Armchair from Eames, or the Tulip Chair from Saarinen. Vitra Design Museum collection.
Finishes: Extensive range available.
Dimensions: Length: 67.5cm Width: 72.5cm Height: 82.5cm
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