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The chair inspired by natural forms.
Eero Saarinen developed the Tulip Chair in the 1950’s as part of his research of "organic furniture." MOMA announced a competition for "organic design in home furnishing collection" in which Eero Saarinen participated and designed the now famous Tulip Chair. The Tulip Chair and the corresponding pedestal table and other furniture he developed, represents the peak of Eero Saarinen’s career in which these lasting icons of modern classic furniture were brought to the forefront. Eero Saarinen’s ability to blend colour, form and materials was remarkable. The Tulip Chair from his pedestal collection is a reflection of this ability in this timeless classic
Available as a side chair or an armchair and shown here with a black cushion.