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
The unusual name for Häberli’s chair comes from artist Paul Klee’s description of drawing. The chair’s steel frame is covered with injected polyurethane foam. Upholstering options vary. Base options include fixed, swivel, or with a footrest.
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Generation offers a wide berth and plenty of support. We also dig the groovy color choices, especially lime green.
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