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Bertoia Bird Ottoman

The Bertoia Bird Ottoman was designed with intent to accompany the Bertoia Bird Chair, a chair that became a worldwide recognizable piece of mid-century modern design through its wireframe. Designed by sculptor Harry Bertoia and with the goal of elevating an item of function to one of art, the Bird Ottoman is able to standalone in space. His only furniture line, the Bertoia collection, has maintained production since its introduction to the design world.

The Bertoia Bird Ottoman has an overall height of 14.5" (37 cm), width of 23.5” (60 cm), and depth of 17.25” (44 cm).

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Bertoia Bird Ottoman with height, width, and depth dimensions
The Bertoia Bird Ottoman was designed with intent to accompany the Bertoia Bird Chair, a worldwide recognizable piece of mid-century modern design. Designed by sculptor Harry Bertoia and with the goal of elevating an item of function to one of art, the Bird Ottoman is able to standalone in space.

The Bertoia Bird Ottoman has an overall height of 14.5" (37 cm), width of 23.5” (60 cm), and depth of 17.25” (44 cm).

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Bertoia Bird Ottoman with height, width, and depth dimensions
Dennie Footstool
Illustration of a woman sitting on the Dennie Footstool

The Dennie Footstool features a chromed steel base and fabric upholstery. Designed by modernist Nanna Ditzel, the Dennie Footstool is an accompaniment to the Dennie Chair and also showcases Ditzel’s best-selling Hallingdal fabric (1965). Both the chair and footstool were not put into large scale production until a re-launch orchestrated by her daughter Dennie following Nanna Ditzel’s passing in 2006.

The Dennie Footstool has an overall height of 13.75” (35 cm), width of 15.75” (40 cm), and depth of 15.75” (40 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Dennie Footstool measuring height, width, and depth
The Dennie Footstool features a chromed steel base and fabric upholstery. Designed by modernist Nanna Ditzel, the Dennie Footstool is an accompaniment to the Dennie Chair and also showcases Ditzel’s best-selling Hallingdal fabric (1965).

The Dennie Footstool has an overall height of 13.75” (35 cm), width of 15.75” (40 cm), and depth of 15.75” (40 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Dennie Footstool measuring height, width, and depth
Egg Footstool

Made of leather, the Egg Footstool features a curved, cradle-like shape that responds to the shapes and curves of the human body. It was designed by Arne Jacobsen for the highly active lobby of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark. Paired with the Egg Chair, Jacobsen’s collection of furniture focused on shell molds and fluidity.

The Egg Footstool has an overall height of 14.5” (37 cm), width of 22” (56 cm), and depth of 16” (41 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Egg Footstool labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
The Egg Footstool features a curved, cradle-like shape that responds to the shapes and curves of the human body. It was designed by Arne Jacobsen for the highly active lobby of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark. Jacobsen’s collection of furniture focused on shell molds and fluidity.

The Egg Footstool has an overall height of 14.5” (37 cm), width of 22” (56 cm), and depth of 16” (41 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Egg Footstool labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Krefeld Ottoman
Size comparison drawing of the Krefeld Ottoman with a man sitting for scale

The Krefeld Ottoman focuses on comfort and long lasting design, maintaining a clean profile and featuring high-density foam cushions. Originally specified to be made with leather upholstery, the Krefeld Ottoman was designed by Mies van Der Rohe in collaboration with Lilly Reich as part of a lounge collection in 1927 to complement the glass and brick residences of the Esters and Langes in Krefeld, Germany.

The Krefeld Ottoman has an overall height of 17.0” (43 cm), width of 26.0” (66 cm), and depth of 20.5” (52 cm).

Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Krefeld Ottoman
The Krefeld Ottoman focuses on comfort and long lasting design, maintaining a clean profile and featuring high-density foam cushions. Originally specified to be made with leather upholstery, the Krefeld Ottoman was designed by Mies van Der Rohe as part of a lounge collection in 1927.

The Krefeld Ottoman has an overall height of 17.0” (43 cm), width of 26.0” (66 cm), and depth of 20.5” (52 cm).

Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Krefeld Ottoman
Womb Ottoman

The Womb Ottoman, just as its Womb Chair counterpart, features a curved-shape of molded fiberglass and padded top. Together, this set of furniture allows for a variety of positions and postures. Both were designed by Eero Saarinen, who wanted to explore the shape of a chair’s shell as a path towards comfort rather than reliance on cushioning.

The Womb Ottoman has an overall height of 16” (41 cm), width of 25.5” (65 cm), and depth of 20” (51 cm).

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Womb Ottoman with height, width and depth measurements
The Womb Ottoman, just as its Womb Chair counterpart, features a curved-shape of molded fiberglass and padded top. This set of furniture allows for a variety of positions and postures. Both were designed by Eero Saarinen, who wanted to explore the shape of a chair’s shell as a path towards comfort.

The Womb Ottoman has an overall height of 16” (41 cm), width of 25.5” (65 cm), and depth of 20” (51 cm).

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Womb Ottoman with height, width and depth measurements
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