Cherner Lounge Chair
Design by Benjamin Cherner, 2002.
Made in the U.S.A. by Cherner Chair Company.
The Cherner Lounge Chair encapsulates the definition of lounge (to rest or recline indolently). This Bauhaus inspired side chair was first designed in 1958 by Norman Cherner. His son, Benjamin Cherner, has revamped this classic by reducing the thickness of the plywood in the chair's throat. The effect is a strong chair that doesn't lose its graceful aesthetic. The Lounge Chair's seat is molded from one piece of plywood. The frame of the chair is made from two pieces of laminated beech.
Select from face veneers such as Classic Walnut, Natural Walnut, Classic Ebony and Red Gum. Choose an upholstery type that suits your needs. The chair is available in three types: Divina 100% Wool and Sabrina full grain leather (comes in White, Black, Carmel or Orange) and Vincenza (White, Black, Carmel and Orange). All upholstery is perfectly appropriate for high-traffic use. Leg support is available with Cherner Ottoman.