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This wonderful chair is no longer in production. A high quality reproduction was originally designed for the Cité Universitaire at Antony, near Paris, in the 50s. The design has a wonderfully dynamic shape, made from a single curved plywood wooden bl...
VITRA PROUVE ANTONY LOUNGE CHAIR
eames molded plywood lounge chair lcw
Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1946, Molded plywood, wood legs, Made by Herman Miller.
Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with the boldly...
EAMES MILLERS WALNUT LCW CHAIR
Original Zig-Zag Chairs in elm wood. The chairs are executed by Rietveld's cabinet-maker Gerard van de Groenekan in the 1960's. Originally designed in 1934. WonderWood acquired these chairs directly from the first owner with a written provenance including
Rietveld, ZigZag Chairs
Price on request
Pretzel Chair with armrests by George Nelson, re-produced by Vitra.
George Nelson (1908–1986) numbers among the most important and influential figures in American design during the second half of the twentieth century.
VITRA NELSON PRETZEL CHAIR
alvar aalto armchair 42
Design Alvar Aalto, 1932
Bent birch plywood
Made in Finland by Artek
"Objects are made to be completed by the human mind." -Alvar Aalto
Another sculptural chair which seems to test the limits of bent plywood manuf...
AALTO ARMCHAIR NO.42
Armchair by Norman Cherner, 1958. Originally introduced in 1958, the iconic molded plywood armchair by Norman Cherner is found in collections worldwide. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds.
TEAK AND LIMBA, 46 CM
A gift for a very special occasion. Kay Bojesen's Monkey was born in 1951. This version is a large personality measuring 46 cm in height. Like its younger brother, this ...
KAY BOJESEN MONKEY, LARGE
Toby stacking chair, early's 1950's, for Morris & Co LTD in Glasgow. Laminated wood with painted steel rod. (this chair has been derived from the original Bambi chair from Han Pieck). 2 pieces available.
Morris Toby Stacking Chair
Chairs take the most stress on their back legs, where they bear the weight of the user's upper body. The engineer, architect and designer Jean Prouvé incorporated this simple insight in his design for the Standard Chair: while steel tubing suffices ...
PROUVE STANDARD SP CHAIR
Task Chair by Norman Cherner.
For the home or office, the swivel base Task Chair is available with or without upholstered seat pads. With a uniquely designed chrome metal base, the Task Chair's seat height is adjustable from 16.5" to 19.5".
CHERNER TASK CHAIR
Edition of celebration by VITRA of hundred's birthday of Charles Eames in 2007.Limited edition of 1000 numbered pieces in maple. The total edition was sold out by VITRA within 3 month!
Each of the two thousand limite...
EAMES Maple Elephant
Multipurpose Chair by Egon Eiermann
The classic beauty
The classic multipurpose chair. Until today Eiermann’s SE 68 is unique in its minimalist design and its seating comfort.
Designer: Egon Eiermann | 1951
A tubular steel frame in c...
EIERMANN - CHAIR SE 68
Price on request
REX FOLDING CHAIRS, are available in:
Natural - White - Dark Brown - Black - Walnut - Teak.
The Rex Chair is more than just a folding wooden chair. It is a work of art whose ergonomic timeless design offers maximum comfort. Designed in 1952 by...
REX LOUNGE CHAIR
Original vintage Norman Cherner chair. Produced at Plycraft Massachusetts in 1957. An iconic plywood chair.
Today WonderWood offers the re-edition of this chair produced by his son, Benjamin Cherner.
A Vitra Noguchi Rocking stool (maple) in great condition. This item is no longer in production. Measures 16.75" high, 14.25" diameter. Materials: Chromed steel rod, natural maple.
In 1954, immediately after returning from Japan, Isamu Noguchi pr...
VITRA NOGUCHI STOOL
SODEAU BEDSIDE WING UNIT, Designer: Michael Sodeau, First Produced: 1999
SODEAU BEDSIDE WING UNIT
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