Harry Bertoia's 1952 experiment bending metal rods into practical art produced a revered collection of seating, including this previously unreleased piece. Available either unupholstered or fully upholstered. Harry Bertoia designed the Asymmetric Chaise in the early 1950s, but the chair was never produced beyond the prototypical form. Sculptural, airy, and breathtaking in shape and form, the Asymmetric chaise is considered to be a masterpiece of mid-century American furniture The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the chaise. The frame and basket are constructed of welded steel rods. The frame is available in chrome or in white rilsan finish. The cover is available in a wide range of fabrics. This product is available with foam that meets requirements for BS5852.
studio furniture, designed by renowned architects and designers of this century. numerous arrangement possibilities for an aesthetic appearance in the office as well as at home.
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