The Eileen Gray Non-Conformist Chair was designed between 1925 and 1929. Most notably, the left arm is gone allowing more freedom for the body to move in the chair.
Eileen Gray generated some of her most remarkable works during this time. Though the prototype for the Non-Conformist Chair started in 1925, it is likely completion of the design happened during her time at the famed E. 1027 home in the south of France.
Until her death, Eileen Gray was fairly unrecognized, but she is now regarded as one of the most influential 20th century designers and architects. The Non-Conformist Chair is a striking piece. Extreme attention has been paid to stitching and foam cutting to ensure the Non-Conformist Chair is very clean its appearance, and will retain this beauty for years. The unique shape has been finished with a high degree of precision and triple chrome finish.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 33" D 25 1/2" W 23 3/4"
Materials: Round tubular steel frame with polished chrome finish. Upholstered in fabric or leather.
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