• Conference swivel side chair, 1946, Eero saarinen, Knoll
  • Conference swivel side chair, 1946, Eero saarinen, Knoll
  • Conference swivel side chair, 1946, Eero saarinen, Knoll

Conference swivel side chair, 1946

Five-star swivel base Conference side chair by Eero Saarinen for Knoll.

Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form in 1957, with the Conference collection.

The Conference chair also called the Executive chair, received the Museum of Modern Art Award, Federal Award for Industrial Design, 1969.

 

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Five-star swivel base Conference side chair by Eero Saarinen for Knoll.

Eero Saarinen transformed executive seating into a fluid, sculptural form in 1957, with the Conference collection.

The Conference chair also called the Executive chair, received the Museum of Modern Art Award, Federal Award for Industrial Design, 1969.

 

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62w x 62d x 42/55/76/89cmh

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Available with or without arms, with four legs, or a multi-purpose swivel base (here) and soft or hard caster options available from the range below. 

Armless chair on a five-star swivel base in steel with a black protective epoxy finish.
Stainless steel top caps.

Please note: When upholstered in Eva fabric collection, there will be a lead time of 12-14 weeks.

Please click here to view swatches and references of the Knoll approved textiles for the Conference chair.

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Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Their commitment to innovation and modern design has yielded a comprehensive portfolio of office systems, seating, files and storage, tables and desks, wood casegoods, textiles and accessories. Their products have been exhibited in major art museums, with more than 40 pieces in the permanent Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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