Bumper Lounge Chair

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Bumper Lounge Chair

Herman Miller

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With its gentle sweep and excellent lumbar support, comfort is paramount in the Bumper Chair’s deceptively simple, nearly seam‑free design. The arm cap and inner and outer shells are shaped from a single piece of upholstery, creating a continuous, uninterrupted welt around the seat. Originally introduced in 1964, the Bumper Chair’s robust portfolio of customisation options includes numerous textiles and leather upholsteries, as well as a series of bases, making it the perfect chair for a variety of lounge, living and work spaces.

This lounge chair has upholstered inner and outer shells and arm cap, each made from one continuous piece of fabric or leather, and an upholstered seat cushion. The frame is rigid molded urethane with foam inserts. The 4-star, swivel-return base is polished cast aluminum with black glides.

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Bumper Lounge Chair
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SBR4N1SE021SE02CDNOCAL
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Chanintr Work | Warehouse 26

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Ward Bennett

Ward Bennett

Ward Bennett began his career when he was 13, he left school to work in the garment district of New York City. At 15, he designed his first clothing collection; at 16, he left for Europe, where he continued working in fashion and attended art schools in Florence and Paris. He was mostly self-taught, with skills that ranged from illustrating, sculpting and jewellery-making to furniture, interior and home design. He eventually settled back in New York, where his reputation earned him some of the day’s most affluent clients. He designed more than 150 chairs, many of which have become classics.
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