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George Nelson; Vitra; Coconut Chair; Minimalist; 1950s; Mid-Century Modern; Innovation; Timeless; Vitra; America; United States;

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Coconut Chair by George Nelson for Vitra - 1950s

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Coconut Chair by George Nelson for Vitra, an iconic piece of modern design that combines comfort, elegance, and innovation. Originally designed in 1955, the Coconut Chair has become a timeless classic that has stood the test of time and is still highly sought after today. This item was produced around 2000 by Vitra and has a luxurious black leather upholstery.

For its unique shape, George Nelson got inspired by a coconut cut into pieces. The chair's leather upholstery and chromed steel structural base with a white fiberglass shell ensures durability and longetivity.

The innovative design extends to its sturdy yet minimalistic base, which is made of polished aluminum and has a swivel function that allows the user to easily turn in any direction. The chair's lightweight construction also makes it easy to move and adjust, making it perfect for use in any space, from living rooms to offices.



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Leather, Steel, Fiberglass
United States
W 104 cm, D 83 cm, H 84 cm, SH 27 cm

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