Stool Tulip Saarinen

Swivel Stool Tulip Saarinen 

Stool with round base in fusion lacquered shiny aliminium and seat in ABS, foam pillow in fabric coated.
An icon of Bauhaus design.

Low Ø 40 x H 45 cm WEIGHT: 7,5 kg
High Ø 43 x H 76 cm WEIGHT: 13 kg

Colour structure seat: White or Black.
Fabric pillow 100% polyester, see the colours in the images.

Specify while ordering in the provided field the colour-code of the fabric you wish, you can see the samples in the images.

Eero Saarinen 1956 reboot

Maintenance fabric: use regularly the hoover with a smooth spout, without brushing.

This product is made with extreme attention to details, resistance of materials and quality of finishes, to build up everytime an unique piece of design. The manifacture is realised by expert artisans who, thanks to their proficiency and experience, are the base of high-quality products, made in Italy.

This product is shipped in wood cage packaging.

Particularly suitable and recommended for contract furnishing of restaurants, bars, agritourisms, boutiques, offices, accommodation facilities, museums.

Made in Italy

Stool Tulip Saarinen

Set-up Times 30 Days
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369,00 € tax incl. 527,14 € tax incl.

Set-up Times 30 Days
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Eero Saarinen

Son of Eliel Saarinen, he moved from Finland to the United States in 1923, graduated from Yale in 1934 and then specialized at the ‘Cranbrook Institute of Architecture and Design’, which his father used to manage. During these years he met Charles Eams, with whom he dedicated to research of new technologies in the use of materials. 
He then founded his architectural firm: “Eero Saarinen and Associated”. With Eero Saarinen the firm realizes some of its most important works, such as the Bell Labs Holmdel Unit in Holmdel, the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, the Miller House in Columbus, the TWA Flight Center at the John F. Kennedy International Airport. During his collaboration with Knoll, Saarinen designed many important furnishings: “Grasshopper” armchair and poufs (1946), “Womb” pouf and chair (1948), “Womb” sofa (1950) and his most famous line of works “Tulip” (1956). 
Following the great success of the project for the General Motors Technical Center, big American companies asked Saarinen to design their new chairs. Eero Saarinen was elected member of the American Institute of Architects in 1952. The designer is now considered one of the American masters of the twentieth century.

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