Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair – Fibreglass

The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair in Fibreglass is a high quality reproduction by Interior Addict of this iconic chair that Saarinen designed in 1956. This beautiful and accurate reproduction is very reasonably priced and can be found by clicking the red link. This chair is part of the Tulip range Eero Saarinen created which also included some tables and other chairs, such as the Tulip Arm Chair and the Tulip Oval Dining Table, and are characterised by their tulip stem like shapes.

The Finnish Eero Saarinen was born into a creative/designer family: his father was a architect and his mother an artist. He became a successful designer himself and collaborated with designers such as Charles Eames with whom together he won his first price. Eero Saarinen is probably mainly remembered for his tulip chair since they still prove to be real bestsellers. The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair is a real space age classic and can bring a bit of the 50s and 60s into your house!

Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair Fibreglass Interior Addict

The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair has a ergonomic shell seat that is made out of a strong fibreglass and the base is made from an enamelled cast aluminium base. On the seat a cushion is attached for the ultimate comfort of which the colour can be chosen ( from a high variety of colours). The chair has a 136 degree swivel and can be used as an office chair or dining chair. This armless chair will perfectly suit under a modern table or desk.

Interior Addict gives you the possibility to personalise this chair by choosing for the material Danish wool, semi-aniline leather or Tweed for the cushion and for a black or white fibreglass shell. If you are not sure what colour will suit your taste it is possible to request a free sample (you can click the red link for this as well). The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chair has the following dimensions: a width of 50cm, a depth of 53cm and a height of 81cm, and the height of the seat is 47cm.

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