Found in museums all around the world, the Coconut Lounge Chair designed by George Nelson is one of the most iconic designs of the mid-20th century - it also happens to come from Michigan.
The Coconut Lounge Chair was introduced in 1955 by Herman Miller, designed by then director, George Nelson, the chair is iconic for its striking yet simple silhouette as well as its comfort. The groundbreaking design is so simple in form that it is nothing short of ingenious and still as innovative today as it was in 1955.
The Coconut Lounge Chair commands attention yet fits seamlessly into any interior, no matter your style.
TOM GIBBS STUDIO offers this striking Classic Coconut Lounge Chair in a vibrant chartreuse boucle textile from Knoll and an excellent appropriately restored shell.
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