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Knoll Bertoia Bird Chair and Ottoman

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The Knoll Bertoia Bird Chair is a timeless design that appeals to people who want to make a statement. The Bird Chair is an astounding study in space, form, and function by one of the master sculptors of the last century - Harry Bertoia.

Upholstery
Frame

  • Materials: Base - Welded steel with rods in polished chrome or bonded Rilsan (durable - scratch, chip and chemical resistant in black or white). Black plastic glides
    • Dimensions:
    • Chair: Height - 101cm (Seat Height - 38cm) x Width - 98cm x Depth - 89cm
    • Ottoman: Height - 39cm x Width - 62cm x Depth - 44cm
    • Delivery Time: Around 8/10 weeks
      • Originally designed in 1952 , an Authorised Knoll Original
      • View fabric choices below -
                          • Knoll West - Fabrics appear in images above
                                                • *** On ordering please select the fabric/leather from the dropdown and then in the notes section of the order just type in the colour you want, otherwise we will get in touch with you to confirm ***
                                                Designed By
                                                Harry Bertoia Harry Bertoia was a complete and gifted artist. He started life as a metal worker who was ahead of his time and crossed boundaries daily. His famous designs for Knoll are truly unique and his original trade of metal worker can clearly be seen. Knoll historian Brian Lutz once said “Bertoia’s paintings were better than his sculptures. And his sculptures were better than his furniture. And his furniture was absolutely brilliant."

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