Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair
Tulip Armchair
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Tulip Armchair
Tulip Armchair
REPRODUCTION

Tulip Armchair

Made-to-Order, 12 weeks

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Considered one of the great icons of design, Eero Saarinen’s multi-award-winning Tulip Armchair is characterised by the instantly recognisable cup-shaped frame, emphasised by the reduction of support to a single stem and its distinctive upholstery.

Designed in 1957 as part of the famous Pedestal collection that vowed to address the ‘ugly, confusing, unrestful world’ underneath tables and tables, the Tulip Armchair consists of a sweeping swivel base lacquered in white or black.

A truly iconic design by Eero Saarinen, the Tulip Armchair is an unmistakable piece that is sure to accent any space with modernity and style.

This high-quality M-Edition reproduction features:

  • Removable seat pad upholstery in linen or cashmere.
  • Crafted from moulded fibreglass with a swivel base.

DIMENSIONS (cm)

  • Width: 66
  • Depth: 61
  • Height: 85
  • Seat Height: 46
EERO SAARINEN

EERO SAARINEN

Eero Saarinen, born in 1910 in Kirkkonummi, Finland, as the son of the architect Eliel Saarinen, studied sculpture in 1929 and 1930 at the Académie de la Grande Chaumiére in Paris before studying architecture at Yale University in New Haven until 1934. A Yale fellowship enabled him to travel to Europe.

In 1936, he returned to the USA and worked in his father's architectural practice and also taught at Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills. It was here that Eero Saarinen met Charles Eames. Together they experimented on new furniture forms and produced the first designs for furniture made from moulded plywood.

In 1940, they submitted a joint entry to the "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition held by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Eero Saarinen went on to design numerous iconic furniture pieces, most notably for Knoll International.

MADE-TO-ORDER

This item is made especially for you and production only starts once you placed your order; we do not hold stock of this item. Made-to-Order items cannot be returned or exchanged.

Lead times for this item is between 12 and 14 weeks are standard as manufacturers do not, in general, hold stock of these pieces. This is due to the large range of variables (e.g. fabrics, surface finishes) and the fact that most items are hand finished to order.

Please note that this lead time is an estimation and must not be regarded as guaranteed turnaround time and may vary due to factors beyond our control including such as delays in production, shipping and/or other third party logistics.

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*This item is a reproduction. Our products are not produced by the actual designer nor are they affiliated with the official manufacturers. Any mention of the designer or original product name is only for descriptive purposes. Our products are made in China.

* The product images on this site are there to give you an idea of how the product looks. You cannot rely solely on the image when placing an order. Some images may be there to show a product feature, design, handle style, finish etc. Sometimes, the manufacturer does not provide an image for the item, but will provide a similar image or a different colour to give you an idea of what the product looks like. You must carefully read the specifications or contact us for any information that you are unclear about.

 

Items are covered by a manufacturer's warranty for 24 months.

Only manufacturing defects are warranted. We do not cover any damages, chips, tears, marks etc caused by the customer either through use or installation of the product.

It is important to note that items with swivel mechanisms can sometimes be treated as fairground rides by minors! Damage to items that have been caused by ‘spinning’ very fast on swivel mechanisms is not covered; only manufacturing defect. We advise concise instruction of minors.

Please take note of the following points in regards to warranty information:

  • We are obliged to offer a replacement or repair on Warranted items.
  • Wherever possible we always request digital images in order to process and assess any resulting warranty issue.
  • In the event of a problem we are obliged the opportunity to correct it and we do not charge shipping or delivery costs for replacements or repairs (within 14 days) unless a) the customer is using the 7-day e-commerce ruling and returning unwanted items b) returning items without giving the opportunity of correcting reported problems or c) the customer is reporting a fault on delivery but has signed as perfect with the courier.
  • Outside of 14 days and the items are on a return to base warranty to be repaired or replaced.

We do not take responsibility for damage caused by the customer. Clearly marks, scratches and chips that are not on the product when it arrives are the customers' responsibility.

Made-to-Order items are covered with the same 24-month warranty however are not covered by the 7 day ruling of return as they have been made especially for you.

Warranty is void in all cases whereby any item has been modified from its original condition.