Nelson Coconut Lounge Chair

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Nelson Coconut Lounge Chair

Herman Miller

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Comfort, and great freedom of movement.
What kind of person thinks up a chair that looks like a piece of coconut? How about the person who came up with the Marshmallow Sofa? Both designs are the creations of George Nelson and his team. It was Nelson who said, “Total design is nothing more or less than a process of relating everything to everything.” In acting on this belief, he brought modernism to American furniture, to say nothing of fun, with designs like the Coconut Chair.

Generously padded with a thick, one-piece foam rubber cushion upholstered in supple black leather. The third corner (the one that forms the backrest) is just slightly longer than the two on the sides. That’s where the comfort comes from. The upholstery is moulded into the simple, striking plastic shell, which is lightweight but sturdy. It sits on top of a clean, bent-steel, three-legged base with tough nylon glides.

This chair has a 1-piece foam cushion upholstered in black leather, a white molded plastic shell, and a polished chrome base.

Nelson Coconut Lounge Chair

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5569.E89S66

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Dimensions (cm)

W101.6 x D86.4 x H83.8

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George Nelson

George Nelson

George Nelson was born in Hartford in 1908. He studied architecture at Yale University. A fellowship enabled him to study at the American Academy in Rome from 1932 to 1934. In Europe, he became acquainted with the major architectural works and leading protagonists of modernism. As a design director at Herman Miller, He also opened his own design office in 1947, George Nelson Associates, Inc., worked together with such outstanding employees to create countless products and objects, some of which are now regarded as icons of mid-century modernism. George Nelson died in New York in 1986.
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