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The Egg chair is strange, let’s face it. It’s weird looking,
and it seems like it comes from another dimension or another time. You can say
it looks futuristic, but it also looks sort of alien, and yet, you just can
stop looking at it. Arne Jacobsen knew how to make people uncomfortable with
beauty, and he also knew how to make them comfortable through furniture. The
Egg chair is weird, yes, but it is also extremely ergonomic and soft,
especially in leather.
Suggested Item: Egg Chair Replica
Manhattan Home Design’s Egg chair replica in leather differs
from the fabric Egg chair replica on the price alone. The rest is the same
quality manufacturing process, the one that we use to create all of our
best-selling mid-century reproductions. Most people have told us that they can
hardly notice the difference between our chair and the original, and that’s a
very good compliment. We’re not looking to imitate; we’re looking to bring you
the best for a fair price.
Specifications and dimensions
However, the manufacturing process does create expenses, and
he specific build and materials required to craft one of these chairs bring the
price up to $2,388. However, an original Egg chair will probably set you back
around 4 to 5 thousand dollars on average. The premium upholstery is top-grade
leather hand-stitched using braided lockstitch technology, the base is polished
aluminum, and the shell is curvature-true fiberglass covered by PU-injected
foam and synthetic Dacron silk.
Suggested Item: Egg chair
At 42 inches tall, this is one of the highest designer
chairs you can get for your lounge. It is also 35 inches wide, which makes it a
bit thinner, and only 29 inches long. With this in mind, why should you buy an
Egg chair? Isn’t it just too exaggerated for a mid-century living room?
To be fair, most people who encounter a Jacobsen design will
have the same thought. However, mid-century furniture is about defying the
boundaries of design and construction without losing the aesthetic focus or
functional prowess. This chair is perfect for any living room. It doesn’t
recline but it will embrace you in luxury and comfort, and you will hardly want
to get up.