The Visu Chair is the product of keen interpretation and beautiful design. For Mika Tolvanen, the intent was to create a version of the ever-relevant plywood chair that was both personal and timeless, with an unobtrusive nature that is familiar but never boring — and without sacrificing function or ergonomics.
The Fan Dining Chair is a dramatic companion to dining tables from simple to spectacular. This sculptural take on the traditional British Windsor Chair is adapted, in this version, to a dining side with a fanned spindle back and base. The birch or oak wood machined construction features a unique circular footing, adding to its sculptural depth.
Herman Miller's new interpretation of the Eames® Molded Wood Side Chair with Wire Base acknowledges the Eames' vision of continued exploration, refinement, and discovery. The side chair achieves its rich aesthetic with the help of a 3-D veneer technology. This process gives wood veneer the flexibility it needs to be molded into the complex curves of a single shell without splitting or popping.
Windsor Chair offers quintessential American design with the great qualities of its predecessors, including efficiency, utility, material and structural integrity. With this updated design, sculpted surfaces and overly ornate turnings have been eliminated for a more clean and modern look. Windsor Chair is made of hard maple and is available in your choice of finish type and color.
Boasting a minimal silhouette with a heavy focus on design, the Thin Dining Chair features a wooden shell with impeccable curves that cradle the occupant for maximum comfort and support. The wooden shell possesses a slight variation in the thickness at the center, providing a light degree of flexibility while maintaining durability and strength.
An unexpected union of two traditional materials forms the simple and comfortable Steelwood Chair. Unlike most of its plastic counterparts, Steelwood is intended to become more delicate over time, acquiring the patina of a well-loved object. The frame is made of steel plate, which requires an extensive stamping process to achieve the chair's unique curvature. The steel is then painted in epoxy resin. Legs and seat are made from solid beech, either natural or painted.
Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with this boldly original molded plywood dining chair featuring wooden legs. Since then, the aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort of the dining chair and its counterpart lounge chair have earned them recognition as the best of modern design.
Kyoto Armchairs and Side Chairs boast a unique blend of aesthetic ideals found in traditional Japanese design and Western Modernism. Crafted from solid American black walnut wood, the natural complexity of Kyoto's supportive wood frame integrates effortlessly with its luxuriously padded and upholstered seat, imparting a timeless quality that is sure to make a lasting impression.
Alvar Aalto strived to create simple designs, "undecorated" and in harmony with human beings. His Chair 66 features the bent wood legs characteristic of Artek seating. A solid seat surface showcases a clean line and the natural grain of birch wood. Offered in eight finishes.
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