Lounge chairs are backed chairs that can be adjusted and moved to offer a variety of sitting positions. Designed to comfortably accommodate a range of user preferences, styles, and functions, lounge chairs can be used for various human postures from sitting and reclining to stretching-out and lying down. Lounge chairs are used as signature furniture pieces in homes, offices, waiting rooms and communal spaces.

Dimensioned drawing of the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman with a man reading a newspaper
Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman

Designer: Charles & Ray Eames
Year:
1956
Style: Midcentury Modern
Height (Seat): 15” | 38.1 cm
Height (Back): 31.5” | 80 cm
Width: 32.75” | 83.2 cm
Depth: 32.75” | 83.2 cm
Ottoman Width: 26” | 66 cm
Ottoman Depth: 21.5” | 54.6 cm
Ottoman Height: 17.25” | 43.8 cm
Materials (Structure): Veneer molded plywood shells, aluminum base
Materials (Seat): Polyurethane foam cushions, fabric or leather upholstery

The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is a pair of iconic furniture pieces that combine soft leather and molded plywood curves to redefine what it means to lounge. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956, the chair is made of three attached curved plywood shells mounted on a swiveling aluminum base.
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The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is a pair of iconic furniture pieces that combine soft leather and molded plywood curves to redefine what it means to lounge. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956, the chair is made of three attached curved plywood shells mounted on a swiveling aluminum base.
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Side profile of the Shell Chair with a man sitting reclined and reading a book
Shell Chair

Designer: Hans Wegner
Year:
1963
Style: Bent plywood
Height (Seat): 14” | 35.6 cm
Height (Back): 29.25” | 74.3 cm
Width: 36.25” | 92.1 cm
Depth: 32.75” | 83.2 cm
Materials (Structure): Form-pressed bentwood veneer
Materials (Upholstery): Leather, fabric, cowhide

The Shell Chair is a bent plywood chair with wing-like curves balanced on three tapered legs. Known for its iconic ‘smiling’ silhouette, the Hans Wegner designed Shell Chair (1963) features a deep comfortable leather, cowhide, or fabric seat and a profile that is beautifully unique from every angle.
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Drawings of the Shell Chair with dimensions and measurements of the side, front, and plan
The Shell Chair is a bent plywood chair with wing-like curves balanced on three tapered legs. Known for its iconic ‘smiling’ silhouette, the Hans Wegner designed Shell Chair (1963) features a deep comfortable leather, cowhide, or fabric seat and a profile that is beautifully unique from every angle.
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Drawing of a woman lounging in the Butterfly | BKF Chair from the front
Butterfly | BKF Chair

Designer: Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan, Jorge Ferrari Hardoy
Year:
1938
Style: Suspended
Height (Seat): 12.5” | 32 cm
Height (Back): 35.5” | 90 cm
Width: 32.25” | 82 cm
Depth: 30” | 76 cm
Materials (Structure): Steel frame
Materials (Seat): Leather, canvas, fabric

The Butterfly Chair is a modern chair consisting of a self-supporting slung surface over a steel framework structure. Designed in 1938 by the trio of Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan, and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, the Butterfly Chair is a simple and lightweight, collapsible and portable lounge chair.
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Collection of drawings of the Butterfly | BKF Chair from the side, front, and plan with dimensions
The Butterfly Chair is a modern chair consisting of a self-supporting slung surface over a steel framework structure. Designed in 1938 by the trio of Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan, and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, the Butterfly Chair is a simple and lightweight, collapsible and portable lounge chair.
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Illustration of a man sitting in the Barcelona Chair from the side elevation
Barcelona Chair

Designer: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Year:
1929
Style: Modern
Height (Seat): 17” | 43.2 cm
Height (Back): 30.25” | 76.8 cm
Width: 29.5” | 74.9 cm
Depth: 30” | 76.2 cm
Materials (Structure): Steel frame with chrome finish, cowhide belting
Materials (Cushion): Urethane foam and fiberfill cushions, leather upholstery

The Barcelona Chair is the epitome of the modern lounge chair and is comprised of leather upholstered cushions set on a chrome-steel frame. The Barcelona Chair was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to furnish his German Pavilion at the International Exhibition in Barcelona.
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Drawings of the Barcelona Chair with dimensions shown on the side elevation, front, and plan
The Barcelona Chair is the epitome of the modern lounge chair and is comprised of leather upholstered cushions set on a chrome-steel frame. The Barcelona Chair was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to furnish his German Pavilion at the International Exhibition in Barcelona.
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Side elevation drawing of the Egg Chair and Footstool with a lounging person
Egg Chair & Footstool

Designer: Arne Jacobsen
Year:
1958
Height (Seat): 14.5” | 36.8 cm
Height (Back): 42.25” | 107.3 cm
Width: 34” | 86.4 cm
Depth: 37.5” | 95.3 cm
Ottoman Height: 14.5” | 36.8 cm
Ottoman Width: 22” | 55.9 cm
Ottoman Depth: 16” | 40.6 cm
Materials (Structure): Steel column, injection-molded aluminum base
Materials (Cushion): Fiberglass-reinforced polyurethane foam shell, fabric or leather upholstery

The Egg Chair and Footstool are a pair of sculpted furniture pieces shaped to respond to the human body. Designed by Arne Jacobsen as the signature element of his collection for the lobby of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the Egg Chair can adjust for privacy and comfort by tilting and swiveling.
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Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Egg Chair and Footstool in side, front, back, and plan profiles
The Egg Chair and Footstool are a pair of sculpted furniture pieces shaped to respond to the human body. Designed by Arne Jacobsen as the signature element of his collection for the lobby of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the Egg Chair can adjust for privacy and comfort by tilting and swiveling.
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Elevation drawing of the Womb Chair and Ottoman with relaxing person for scale
Womb Chair & Ottoman

Designer: Eero Saarinen
Year:
1946
Style: Midcentury organic modernism
Height (Seat): 16” | 40.6 cm
Height (Back): 35.5” | 90.2 cm
Width: 40” | 101.6 cm
Depth: 34” | 86.4 cm
Ottoman Height: 14.25” | 36.2 cm
Ottoman Width: 21” | 53.3 cm
Ottoman Depth: 17.5” | 44.5 cm
Materials (Structure): Reinforced fiberglass shell, steel rod legs
Materials (Cushion): Polyester fiber padding over foam core, fabric or leather upholstery

The Womb Chair and Ottoman are an expressive furniture pair that one would naturally want to curl up in. Designed by Eero Saarinen in 1946, the Womb Chair’s iconic sculptural form is made with a reinforced fiberglass shell wrapped in foam and covered in a fabric or leather upholstery.
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Dimensions of the Womb Chair and Ottoman drawn from the side elevation, back, front, and plan
The Womb Chair and Ottoman are an expressive furniture pair that one would naturally want to curl up in. Designed by Eero Saarinen in 1946, the Womb Chair’s iconic sculptural form is made with a reinforced fiberglass shell wrapped in foam and covered in a fabric or leather upholstery.
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