Gigi® Swivel Armchair

Gigi® Swivel Armchair

Designed by Marco Maran for Knoll®


Item Number: 4941


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Gigi has a social nature – this colorful, swiveling, eminently practical chair works great in groups. Ideal for conference rooms, creative offices or small businesses, the Gigi Swivel Armchair (2002) can easily assimilate to a kitchen table, home office or kid’s room. Up-and-coming designer Marco Maran is known for pieces that are spirited and flexible, a description embodied by the bright and bold Gigi Chair. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Backed by a five year manufacturer’s warranty. Made in U.S.A.

  • Flexible back and waterfall seat edge provide enduring comfort in a lightweight plastic chair.
  • Intuitively ergonomic, Gigi swivels and has pneumatic seat height adjustment.
  • Armchair has black polypropylene molded arm pads.
  • Gigi® Swivel Armchair

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H 33.5-38.25" W 19" D 25" Seat H 17.27-22.5" Arm H 24.75-29.25"


Polypropylene; polished aluminum five-star base with hard casters.

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