Donald Knorr, Chair 132U in metal, 1950’s
Donald Knorr for Knoll, signed.
132U chair whose seat and back are made of a metal curved and galvanized ribbon in steel and forming an cone drilled in its center and maintened in shape by bolting on a tubular base with four legs in painted steel.
Work realized in the 1950’s.
Dimensions : H 78 x W 48 x D 53 cm
Reference : LS4468831B
Donald Knorr (1922- ) is an American designer and architect. After graduating in architecture in 1947, he joined the firm of Eero Saarinen. He collaborated in the development of furniture pieces of the series 70. The next year Saarinen encouraged Donald Knorr to participate to the International competition organized in 1948 by the MoMA in New York where he proposed the idea of the chair 132U which obtained the first prize.
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