Originally the result of the collaborative efforts of renowned furniture designers Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen, the Organic Chair was designed for the Organic Design in Home Furnishings Competition (1940) held by the Museum of Modern Arts in New York.
The Eames’ were known for their innovative use of materials and production methods. Combined with Saarinen’s exceptional ability to apply his unique style across a variety of design processes, the Organic Chair was a burst of creative genius. Seventy years after being introduced, the acclaimed Eames and Saarinens Organic Chair remains an icon of contemporary furniture design.
- Made from durable fibreglass like the original, not plastic like many inferior copies
- Bold, contemporary design suited to any modern environment
- Durable shell available in Cashmere or Wool options
- Solid Maple wood legs provide long lasting stability
Timeless and Brilliant
The HomeQ reproduction of the Organic Chair complements a variety of modern decors and is a stylish addition to any home or work space, adding an element of iconic contemporary design. Crafted of the highest quality materials, this stunning replica is an enduring reminder of the brilliance of the original design.