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In 1962, Danish designer Hans J. Wegner of Carl Hansen & Søn introduced the famed CH36 Side Chair. An expertly crafted balance of lightness, elegance, sturdiness, and durability, this classic mid-century modern side chair is Wegner’s reinterpretation of Shaker Craftsmanship, a style known for its reflection of traditional values and simplicity in materiality and form. The CH36 Side Chair comes in a choice of solid Lacquered beech or oiled oak wood frame and is finished with a handwoven paper cord seat. This slender-framed rustic side chair would fair well in a restaurant, as a dining room set, or simply on its own.
CH36 Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan
The Marais A Chair is a galvanized steel cafe chair that celebrates industrial materials, processes, and craft. Designed and tooled by French metalworker Xavier Pauchard in 1934, the Marais A Chair continues to prove itself to be durable and attractive for a range of uses in cafes, restaurants, and homes.
The Marais A Chair has a back height of 33.5” | 85.1 cm and a seat height of 17.5” | 44.5 cm. The seat width is 17.5” | 44.5 cm and has a depth of 20.3” | 51.6 cm. The chair is built with galvanized steel and is often powder-coated with various paint finishes.
Marais A Chair side elevation, side (man sitting), front, back, plan
The Eames Wire Base Side Chair is an iconic midcentury chair comprised of a plastic or fiberglass molded seat that sits on a steel base. Originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948 with refinements in the years after, the Eames Wire Base Side Chair is shaped with a deep seat pocket and waterfall edge profile to reduce pressure. The inclusion of the wire base legs often earn the chair the nickname of the Eiffel Chair because of similarities with the Eiffel Tower.
The Eames Wire Base Side Chair has a back height of 31.5” | 80 cm, seat height of 17.5” | 44.5 cm, width of 18” | 45.7 cm, and depth of 21.5” | 54.6 cm.
Eames Wire Base Side Chair side elevation, side (woman sitting), front, back, plan
Born out of a 1958 collaboration between Dutch designers Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld, the Result Chair has stood the test of time in becoming an icon of classroom layouts around the globe. Discontinued after its initial appearance during the 60s and 70s, the Result Chair has since been brought back into production by HAY and has been popularized for its use in contemporary home interiors and commercial spaces in addition to its reappearance in educational facilities throughout the world. This practical and minimalist chair has a sheet steel frame that supports a molded plywood seat and back covered in a choice of lacquered or stained oak veneer.
Result Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan
The Tulip Armless Chair is a fiberglass molded side chair that was designed to simplify chairs through the reduction of legs to a single swiveling base. Part of his Tulip Chair Collection in 1956, Eero Saarinen designed the Tulip Armless Chair to enhance the home with simple sculptural forms.
The Tulip Armless Chair has a back height of 32” | 81.3 cm and a seat height of 18.5” | 47 cm. The chair is 20” | 50.8 cm wide by 21.5” | 54.6 cm deep with a cushion that comes in a variety of fabrics, vinyls, and leathers by request.
Saarinen Tulip Armless Chair side elevation, side (man sitting), front, back, plan
The Series 7 Chair is a modern side chair formed around the ideal sitting shape of the human body. Designed by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen in 1955, the Series 7 Chair features a back and seat made from a single piece of plywood and shaped to provide the right amount of give and pressure to support your body. The chair is stackable up to six chairs and is durable enough for commercial use.
The Series 7 Chair sits at 18.3” | 46.5 cm with a back that rises to 32.5” | 82.6 cm. The seat is 20” | 50.8 cm by 20.5” | 52 cm. Options are available for treating the plywood surface with natural or lacquered veneers or fabric wraps.
Series 7 Chair side elevation, side (woman sitting), front, back, plan