Eero Saarinen Tulip Arm Chair-Platinum
Aluminum base, fiberglass, upholstery
Made in USA by Knoll
In 1956, Eero Saarinen addressed the ?"ugly, confusing, unrestful world resulting from the slum of legs underneath typical chairs and tables."
In 1957, Knoll unveiled the Pedestal Collection by Eero Saarinen, known today as the Tulip Collection, which has evolved into a symbol of mid-century modern design and a mainstay of the Knoll design legacy.
Son of the celebrated architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero was classically trained in sculpture and architecture. He collaborated with Charles Eames in 1937 which led to the creation of the Organic Armchair. Saarinen continued to develop great designs, all for Knoll. Among the many buildings for which he is known are Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., and the TWA terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York.
Chairs feature a heavy, molded cast aluminum base and molded fiberglass shell. Platinum finish consists of a high-resilient polyurethane enamel wet coat with a clear satin finish. Chairs are available with or without arms in a fixed position or with swivel action. Base and shell finishes are available in white, black and platinum. Seat cushion is available in your choice of a variety of fabric options.
26" w | 23.25" d | 32" h | seat: 18" h | arm: 25.4" h