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La Chaise by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra
A true icon of 2 top designers!
The chair was originally designed in 1948 by Charles & Ray Eames for a design contest at the Museum of Modern Arts in New York.
The name of the "La Chaise" chair is inspired by a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise, namely the "Floating Figure".
The two have a lot of similarities!
The lounge chair was therefore a great success & results in one of the more interesting designs to this day.
It attracts the attention of all design lovers.
The chair became an icon in organic design.
La Chaise is imposing as well as graceful & elegant.
Because of the design, this classic offers many different seating positions and lying positions.
The chair has a very striking white cockpit and is used in domestic and chic lobby spaces.
The tub is white lacquered polyurethane with a solid natural oak base.
The lounge chair is in top condition and ideal to relax.
Because of its white color, this side-chair fits in both modern and classic interiors.
A real eye catcher!