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Item No. 100177746

U-Series Lounge Chair

$4,195.00
3.6 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100177746

U-Series Lounge Chair

$4,195.00

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  • Modern lounge chair.
  • Outlined in piping detail.
  • High-resiliency foam seat cushions.
  • 23¼" H 31" W 29½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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12-year general product warranty (terms and conditions may vary); 3-year warranty on textiles, leathers, and service parts
Designed by Ward Bennett for Geiger
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U-Series Lounge Chair
$4,195.00
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The U-Line Series Lounge Chair from Geiger is an elegant take on banquette seating. It’s defined by fluid lines and a low seat back – all detailed in piping. Designed with a deceptively deep seat, it allows sitters to instantly and elegantly relax.

Produced by Geiger in North Carolina, U-Series seating was originally designed by Ward Bennett in 1979 for handbag designer Reva Ostrow’s Manhattan apartment. Reintroduced in the 21st century to his specifications, the U-Series is dramatic, but not boastful, much like the designer himself.
  • Modern lounge chair.
  • Outlined in piping detail.
  • High-resiliency foam seat cushions.
Brand
Geiger
Collection
U-Series Collection
General Dimensions
  • 23¼" H 31" W 29½" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
12-year general product warranty (terms and conditions may vary); 3-year warranty on textiles, leathers, and service parts

U-Series Lounge Chair

  • Height (in): 23¼
  • Width (in): 31
  • Depth (in): 29½
  • Seat Height (in): 16¼
  • Seat Depth (in): 20¾
  • Arm Height (in): 23¼

Ward Bennett

With his signature “sensual minimalism” as his guide, Ward Bennett designed more than 150 chairs. Hailed by the American Institute of Architects, Bennett is credited as an American pioneer in the use of industrial materials for home furnishings – a prime example being his early ’60s I Beam Table, which employs a section of beam for a base.

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