Eero Saarinen iconic piece released in 1958. The elegant design was part of the Pedestal Collection, and was driven by a desire to address the cluttered appearance of the underside of chairs and tables. The chair is also available with arms, and in a variety of colors and cushion materials
- At his shop in Salt Lake City, collector Ron Green supplies locals with a welcome, and well-priced, dose of modern design.
- This dinner guest is always invited, but doesn’t eat or drink, and never joins the conversation. But long after the party’s over, it will still be at the table.
Still saving up for the George Nelson Swag Leg desk of your dreams? Until then, kit out your workspace with a well-priced accessory that packs a visual wallop for less than $150.
- Furnishing and decorating all at once can end up feeling cold and impersonal, but pieces gathered over time tell a much better story and allow a sense of you to shine through.
The 1958 molded plywood armchair by Norman Cherner, a mid-century icon found in design collections worldwide, is now available to a new generation of furniture collectors. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds.
- Jean-Christophe Aumas’ multihued Paris apartment houses both the highly sought artistic director and the stunning assemblage of furniture he’s brought back from his travels.
Designed in 1963 to match a similar molded plywood chair, these collector’s items have been reissued by Lange Production in Denmark.