Nakashima Straight Chair

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Originally designed by George Nakashima in 1948, the Nakashima Straight Chair would enhance any dining area with its clean lines and expert craftmanship. Read More
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Description

Originally designed by George Nakashima in 1948, the Nakashima Straight Chair would enhance any dining area with its clean lines and expert craftmanship.

Crafted from solid American walnut with contrasting hickory wood spindles, the Nakashima Straight Chair is unique in its respect for the natural forms of the tree and its natural graining.

Finished and authenticated with George Nakashima's signature underneath the seat, this shaker influenced chair is sure to lend a touch of classic design to any space.

Master woodworker and highly skilled architect George Nakashima was one of the leading innovators of 20th century furniture design.

Details

570cm (w) x 755cm (h) x 510cm (d) 
  • Designed by George Nakashima for Knoll in 1948
  • Crafted from solid American walnut and hickory
  • Finished with George Nakashima's signature
Product Code:
536943

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