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The Womb Chair reproduction takes after one of the most famous chairs emerging from the mid-20th century modern movement in arts and design. Designed by Finnish-American industrial designer Eero Saarinen, this chair had quickly picked up household name status after its 1948 release. This iconic chair and ottoman has an interesting history behind its creation, one that involved several designers involved, a boat builder and an insatiable hunger to herald n originality... Read More
The womb chair replica is one of Manhattan Home Design’s signature lounge chair replicas, and designer Eero Saarinen’s most preeminent chairs. As one of the leaders in the midcentury modern movement in arts and furniture design, Eero Saarinen paved the way for aerodynamic furniture and neofuturism. The Womb chair is one of his resounding pieces not solely for its quirky look, but its simplicity in materials. It is strong and durable and can support someone sitting in virtually any position, though it is made of only an upholstered fiberglass shell and stainless steel legs. Besides the Womb Chair’s engrossing history, it has some rather interesting facts lesser known facts... Read More
The Womb Chair replica, a replica of Eero Saarinen’s womb chair and ottoman brings the best of midcentury mastermind Eero Saarinen’s designs. Comforting and sizable, this chair is the product of two distinguished designers: Eero Saarinen and Charles Eames. While it is considered largely an Eero Sarinen product, Saarinen himself had collaborated with the Eameses in the 1940s, as well as Florence Knoll, which has shaped his ideas in creating the womb chair and ottoman. After it hit the market in 1948, the Womb chair skyrocketed in popularity, becoming an emblem of American modernism. Still in high use today and coveted by midcentury enthusiasts, the womb chair is a dapper addition to most indoor spaces. See how to style it in your home.. Read More
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