Tulip Chair

Designed By

Eero Saarinen, a Finnish-American industrial designer, and architect designed the Tulip in 1955. His goal was to experiment with new materials to reimagine the legs and base of the chair. The upper half of the chair is made from fiberglass, and the leg and base of the chair were made from aluminum to support the chair's weight. Its use of curves and material makes it look like a chair of the future age.

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ERA

1950s

MATERIAL

Aluminum; Fiberglass; Leather

CATEGORY

Furniture

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