Cherner Armchair
  • Cherner Armchair
  • Cherner Sider Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Sider Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Side r Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair
  • Cherner Side  Armchair
  • Cherner Side  Armchair
  • Cherner Side Armchair

Cherner Armchair

€1,100.00
If not in stock 4 to 5 weeks
Finish: *
  • Black Ebony Finish
  • Ebony Seat/ Natural beech arms& Legs
  • Natural Walnut
  • Classic Walnut
  • Natural Red Gum
  • Natural Beech
  • Natural White Oak
Shipping Costs
€114.30
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Norman Cherner, 1958

The companion to the iconic molded plywood Armchair. The Side Chair elegantly combines a unique molded plywood shell of tapering thickness with a laminated wood base. Available in all Cherner finishes. The authentic licensed design is produced by The Cherner Chair Company from the original drawings and molds. Sustainably made in the U.S.A.

Specifications

Moulded plywood seat with a unique construction of laminated plywood 

Size Description

Height: 80.2cm
Width: 67.7cm
Depth: 54.6cm
Seat height: 45.2cm
Arm height: 66cm

  • Norman Chener

    <p>Born in Brooklyn New York in 1920, Norman Cherner's designs are part of the iconography of mid-20th Century furniture design. He is recognised as one of the most original of a generation of designers that explored post-war technological innovations in architecture and industrial design.</p> <p>He studied and taught at the Columbia University Fine Arts department and was an instructor at the Museum of Modern Art in New York from 1947-1949. Cherner's training in the Bauhaus tradition led to a lifelong exploration informed by the belief that all design stems from one discipline. His chairs, tables and case goods have shown an enduring popularity since their introduction nearly fifty years ago. T</p> <p>he moulded plywood Cherner Chair, designed for Plycraft in 1958, has become an icon of mid-twentieth century design and can be found in galleries and design collections worldwide, including the Vitra Museum.</p>
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