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Egg Chair, Azure Houndstooth Twill
Egg Chair, Azure Houndstooth Twill
This premium Egg chair reproduction is a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
Egg Chair & Ottoman, Azure Houndstooth Twill
Egg Chair & Ottoman, Azure Houndstooth Twill
This premium Egg chair reproduction and the matching ottoman are a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
Egg Chair & Ottoman, Amethyst Retrospeck Twill
Egg Chair & Ottoman, Amethyst Retrospeck Twill
This premium Egg chair reproduction and the matching ottoman are a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
Egg Chair, Pom Fusion Boucle Cashmere Wool
Egg Chair, Pom Fusion Boucle Cashmere Wool
This premium Egg chair reproduction is a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
$699 Go to
KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
Egg Chair, Dijon Boucle Cashmere Wool
Egg Chair, Dijon Boucle Cashmere Wool
This premium Egg chair reproduction is a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
$699 Go to
KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
Egg Chair, Apple Green Boucle Cashmere Wool
Egg Chair, Apple Green Boucle Cashmere Wool
This premium Egg chair reproduction is a sculptural masterpiece. The original design was created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958, and versions of it sell today for upwards of $5,000. You can have this beautiful reproduction in your home at a fraction and the best part is no one will know the difference. Its creation is taken from respect of the dimensions, the angles, the pitch and curve wrap of the original mid century classic design. Arne Jacobsen's attention to these details is what made the original Egg Chair an iconic classic. Originally built for the Radisson Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was typical of Arne Jacobsen's style and it quickly became a Mid Century Classic. Jacobsen was known for using unique materials in his pieces and was not afraid to take risks with the shape. It has been suggested that the Egg Chair design was actually inspired by Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair. Regardless, in many respects the Egg is a more complete design. An admired trait of the chair is the relatively thin oval body design. Its gracious curves comfortably surround the sitter. The high wing back makes it an excellent chair for curling up in with a good book. The egg chair is the essence of form and function. The Egg has appeared in movies, mags and TV since its birth in 1958. Among some of the more famous celebrities to be seen in Egg Chairs in photo shoots are Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot on cover of Vogue in the 1960s, and more recently Michelle Pfiefer on the cover of Esquire Magazine.
$687 Go to
KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture