Until October 31st 2017, buy four Tulip Chairs for the price of three.
Considered one of the great icons of design, Eero Saarinen’s Tulip chair is characterised by the instantly recognisable cup-shaped frame, emphasised by the reduction of support to a single stem.
Designed in 1957 as part of the famous Pedestal collection, that vowed to address the ‘ugly, confusing, unrestful world’ underneath tables and tables, the Tulip chair consists of a sweeping base of die-cast aluminium lacquered in white and is coated with a protective layer.
Crafted from moulded fiberglass, the distinctively shaped seat shell is accented with a blue seat pad in beautiful Hallingdal fabric. Designed in 1965 by Nanna Ditzel, this wool-mix fabric adds an especially soft edge to the sculptural seat, being woven from multi-coloured yarns in an exclusive colourscale.
Printed with the designer’s signature positioned under the base to certify authenticity, the Tulip Chair is a unique and timeless icon that is sure to steal the spotlight in any living space.
Also available in a swivel based version and armchair model. Click here to discover the Pedestal collection with coordinating table.