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Mademoiselle Rocking Chair

By Ilmari Tapiovaara, from Artek
$1,538.00
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Design by Ilmari Tapiovaara, 1956.
By Artek.

The Mademoiselle Rocking Chair boasts a solid birch frame with lasting quality and timeless appeal. A high backrest with a low profile and leaned back look give Mademoiselle its irresistible appeal and undeniable comfort, making it the ideal rocking chair for modern applications. Its rich painted finish provides a versatile aesthetic that lends itself to a variety of modern spaces, from a newborn's nursery to a slick city studio. Mademoiselle is also available in a stationary Lounge Chair version.

Select a Black Stained Birch or White Painted Birch finish.

Dimensions
  • 21.7" W X 37" D X 38.2" H
  • Seat Height: 17.7" H
Material(s)
Birch
Item Number
ATK-MADEMOISELLE-ROCKING-CHAIR
Model(s)
200410 200411 200413

Design by Ilmari Tapiovaara, 1956.
By Artek.

The Mademoiselle Rocking Chair boasts a solid birch frame with lasting quality and timeless appeal. A high backrest with a low profile and leaned back look give Mademoiselle its irresistible appeal and undeniable comfort, making it the ideal rocking chair for modern applications. Its rich painted finish provides a versatile aesthetic that lends itself to a variety of modern spaces, from a newborn's nursery to a slick city studio. Mademoiselle is also available in a stationary Lounge Chair version.

Select a Black Stained Birch or White Painted Birch finish.

Artek

Artek is renowned as being one of the most innovative contributors to modern design, building on the heritage of Alvar Aalto. Functionality and timeless aesthetics are the essential elements in the creation of every product that bears the Artek name.

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Ilmari Tapiovaara

Born September 7, 1914 in Finland, Ilmari Tapiovaara was a designer noted for his furnishings and textiles. A graduate of interior design in 1937, Ilmari worked for Asko the following year and would count Alvar Aalto as a strong influence. He gained recognition for his work on the Domus chairs which came about while working with his wife at the Domus Academica from 1946 to 1947. The following year he taught design at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Ilmari Tapiovaara would then go on to do work in Paraguay and Mauritius on behalf of a United Nations development program. Further in 1959 he received the Order of the Lion of Finland's "Pro-Finlandia medal." Much of Ilmari's work was done for universities, schools, as well as a "Root Table" for the Finnish army.

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