Straight ChairPrice: $738.00
Design by George Nakashima, 1928.
Originally designed in the late 1940's, the Straight Chair has been reintroduced by Knoll. George Nakashima's extraordinary blend of the organic, natural qualities of wood and clean modern design formed this Modernist interpretation of the traditional Windsor chair. Featuring natural, low-sheen finishes and live wood grain patterns, the Straight Chair epitomizes Nakashima and his craft.
The Straight Chair is Greenguard certified. Each chair features George Nakashima's signature under the seat. American Walnut exhibits a high degree of natural color characteristics, ranging from chocolate, grey and purplish-browns to deep honey. Color variation will soften and become more uniform over time.
Material(s): Solid American Walnut with hickory wood spindles
- 22.5"W X 17.5"D X 30.5"H
- Seat Height: 16.75"H
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Designer: George Nakashima
George Nakashima, wood craftsman and poet, studied architecture at the University of Washington, Seattle, the Ecole Americaine des Beaux-Arts Fontainebleau in France and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked for Antonin Raymond. Nakashima received the gold medal for craftsmanship from the American Institute of Architects and the Hazlett Award. The subject of several one-man exhibitions, Nakashima also authored The Soul of a Tree: A Woodworker's Reflections.View other products by George Nakashima
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