Stylish and comfortable streamline design armchair was designed by Karl Emmanuel Martin (KEM) Weber (1889 -1963) in the 1930’s. Finished in high gloss black lacquer and pearly white leather, the chair is the height of American Modern art deco. The “Stair-step” curved arms offer a contrast to the vertical lines of the legs and back. The chair measures 20 ½” wide x 22” deep and 33 ½” high
reproduction of Eliel Saarinen's Blue Chairs in collaboration with furniture maker Adelta. The art deco style Blue Chair was originally designed in 1929. I love the shape of the chair, not to mention the patterns! I would love to get a pair of Blue Chairs for my hopefully-new-home-to-be.
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