Womb Chair & Ottoman

Elevation drawing of the Womb Chair and Ottoman with relaxing person for scale

The Womb Chair and Ottoman are an expressive lounge set designed as a 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. The Womb Chair measures 40” | 101.6 cm wide, 34” | 86.4 cm deep, with a back height of 35.5” | 90.2 cm, and a seat height of 16” | 40.6 cm. The accompanying ottoman has a width of 21” | 53.3 cm, depth of 17.5” | 44.5 cm and height of 14.25” | 36.2 cm.

Dimensions of the Womb Chair and Ottoman drawn from the side elevation, back, front, and plan

The Womb Chair and Ottoman are an expressive lounge set designed as a 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. The Womb Chair measures 40” | 101.6 cm wide, 34” | 86.4 cm deep, with a back height of 35.5” | 90.2 cm, and a seat height of 16” | 40.6 cm. The accompanying ottoman has a width of 21” | 53.3 cm, depth of 17.5” | 44.5 cm and height of 14.25” | 36.2 cm.

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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

Drawings include: 
Womb Chair: Front elevation, side, side (person), back, plan
Womb Ottoman: Front/back elevation, side, plan

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