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Item No. 100188160

Nelson Coconut Chair

C$ 5,390.00
4.8 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100188160

Nelson Coconut Chair

C$ 5,390.00
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  • Eye-catching conversation piece.
  • Allows effortless repositioning.
  • 33" H 40" W 32½" D
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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller
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Nelson Coconut Chair
C$ 5,390.00
Details

Details

The Coconut Chair (1956) is completely true to George Nelson’s original design, materials, and detailing. With the unique shell design, he accomplished his goal of providing comfortable and attractive lounge seating that provides freedom of movement so that people can sit in just about any position they choose. This midcentury furniture icon has a simple, striking shape, serving as a comfortable place to unwind at home or in the private office or lounge.
  • Eye-catching conversation piece.
  • Allows effortless repositioning.
  • Chromed or powder-coated steel base.
  • Checker is a Maharam fabric by Alexander Girard (77% Cotton, 23% Polyester).
  • Mode is a Maharam fabric (80% Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester, 20% Polyester).
Brand
Herman Miller
General Dimensions
  • 33" H 40" W 32½" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Nelson Coconut Chair

Nelson Coconut Chair

  • Height (in): 33
  • Width (in): 40
  • Depth (in): 32½
  • Arm Height (in): 21
George Nelson

George Nelson

Possessing one of the most inventive minds of the 20th century, George Nelson was the rare person who can envision what isn’t there yet. Nelson felt that designers must be “aware of the consequences of their actions on people and society and thus cultivate a broad base of knowledge and understanding.”

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