Tulip Chair - Fibreglass
Inspired by:- Eero Saarinen
Upon ordering your items will be handcrafted especially for you. This takes time and expertise so we allow 4 -5 weeks for manufacture, quality assurance and packaging. 4 weeks travel to the U.K., and then there’s customs clearance and admin. It’s worth the wait!
|Dispatched Date||Delivered 10-16 weeks|
|Lead Time||10 - 14 Weeks|
|Original Designer||Eero Saarinen|
|Five Years Gurantee||No|
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- Dimension: Width 58 cm, Depth 47 cm, Height 78 cm
- Seat Dimension: Height 43 cm Approx
- Packing Dimension: Width 54 cm, Depth 50 cm, Height 47 cm
- CBM: 0.127 Product Weight: 13 kg
The Eero Saarinen Tulip Dining Chair was originally designed in 1958, a timeless classic that oozes appeal, if your looking for a minimalist retro design or a more Scandinavian style dinning are the Tulip chair offers all. The upper section is manufactured from Polypropylene and rest on a cast aluminium powder costed based offering a heavy quality finished piece.Read More Read Less
The Eero Saarinen Tulip Dining Chair was originally designed in 1958, a timeless classic that oozes appeal, if your looking for a minimalist retro design or a more Scandinavian style dinning are the Tulip chair offers all. The upper section is manufactured from Polypropylene and rest on a cast aluminium powder costed based offering a heavy quality finished piece.
Inspired by :
Eero SaarinenView all products(23)
Eero Saarinen was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer known for his neo-futuristic style and ideas. He’s had the pleasure of designing the Washington Dulles International Airport outside Washington DC, the TWA Flight Center in New York City and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. His family immigrated to the United States in 1923 and studied at Bloomfield Hills, Michigan where his father taught and was dean of the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He was well invested in is craft and chose to take courses in sculpture and furniture to express himself further. He took his studies to mind and even studied abroad at the Academie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris, France. Afterward, he went on to study at the Yale School of Architecture, completing his studies in 1934. Saarinen received critical recognition while still working for his father. His design the “Tulip Chair” won first prize in “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition in 1940. His futuristic design took him to further heights as he also won first prize in the 1948 race for the design of the Gateway Arch National Park (now known as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial) in St. Louis, Missouri. Succeeding in his scheme, Saarinen was able to capture major corporations attention such as John Deere, IBM, and CBS. Asked to design their new headquarters and other corporate establishments.
The name Eero Saarinen is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trademark.