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Cherner Upholstered Lounge Chair with Arms

By Benjamin Cherner, from Cherner
$1,879.00
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This item is custom made just for you. As such, it is non-cancellable and non-returnable.

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Design by Benjamin Cherner, 2002.
Made in the U.S.A by Cherner Chair Company.

The Cherner Lounge Chair with Arms is a handsome example of a dynamically comfortable piece of furniture. For those who wish to relax in high style, this lounge chair provides an exceptional back rest. Much like a beautiful woman, the chair has slim legs, an hourglass waist and a fan shaped back. Norman Cherner first designed this chair in 1958. It made such a splash in the design scene that it showed up on a 1961 Saturday Evening Post cover illustration by Norman Rockwell. In 2002, Benjamin Cherner redesigned this latest version. His main concern was keeping the curves of the chair while making it visually light.

The Cherner Lounge Chair with Arms features a seat molded from a single piece of plywood, and a wood base made from two pieces of laminated beech. Face veneer Cherner Lounge finishes are available in Classic Walnut, Natural Walnut, Classic Ebony or Red Gum. Available in a wide range of fabrics or leathers. For added comfort, consider the Cherner Ottoman.

Dimensions
  • 31.5"W X 28"D X 30"H
  • Seat Height: 16.5"H
Material(s)
Plywood, walnut veneer or red gum veneer with leather or wool
Manufacturer Specifications
Specifications Sheet 1, Specifications Sheet 2
Item Number
CCC-UPHOLSTERED-LAC
Model(s)
LAC-01 LAC-06 LAC-13 LAC-16

Design by Benjamin Cherner, 2002.
Made in the U.S.A by Cherner Chair Company.

The Cherner Lounge Chair with Arms is a handsome example of a dynamically comfortable piece of furniture. For those who wish to relax in high style, this lounge chair provides an exceptional back rest. Much like a beautiful woman, the chair has slim legs, an hourglass waist and a fan shaped back. Norman Cherner first designed this chair in 1958. It made such a splash in the design scene that it showed up on a 1961 Saturday Evening Post cover illustration by Norman Rockwell. In 2002, Benjamin Cherner redesigned this latest version. His main concern was keeping the curves of the chair while making it visually light.

The Cherner Lounge Chair with Arms features a seat molded from a single piece of plywood, and a wood base made from two pieces of laminated beech. Face veneer Cherner Lounge finishes are available in Classic Walnut, Natural Walnut, Classic Ebony or Red Gum. Available in a wide range of fabrics or leathers. For added comfort, consider the Cherner Ottoman.

Cherner

Founded in 1999 by the family of designer Norman Cherner, The Cherner Chair Company has reissued many of his most popular designs. The Cherner Chair Company is the sole licensor of Norman Cherner and Benjamin Cherner designs.

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Benjamin Cherner

Benjamin Cherner is the son of furniture designer Norman Cherner and founder of the Cherner Chair Company. He heads the multi-disciplinary design studio Chernerdesign. His most recent work, a duplex penthouse in New York's East Village has been featured in Dwell magazine and the New York Open House tour. His building designs often incorporate his father's, as well as his own, furniture designs. Benjamin Cherner is a registered Architect in New York and Connecticut and holds degrees in Architecture from Arizona State University and Columbia University. He lives in New York City with his wife, landscape architect Emma O'Neill, and their two children Zelda and Bram.

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