Designer: Harry Bertoia 1952
This is an original licensed Knoll piece.
Harry Bertoia's iconic 1950 experiment with bending metal rods into practical art produced a revered collection of seating, including the Asymmetric Chaise, never before produced beyond the prototypical form. Sculptural, airy and breathtaking in shape and form, the Asymmetric chaise is considered to be a masterpiece of midcentury experimental furniture.
Frame: Welded steel rods in polished chrome or white Rilsan. White Rilsan chair features stainless steel connections suitable for outdoor use. Holes are drilled for the glides, and included with the chaise.
Outdoor Use: The Asymmetric chaise in Rilsan is also suitable for outdoor environments.
Note: The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the.
Dimensions: Height: 102cm x Width: 115cm x Depth: 106cm Seat height: 20cm