• Harry Bertoia wire chair (8033)
  • Harry Bertoia wire chair (8033)

Harry Bertoia wire chair (8033)

Material: italian leather,sponge, SUS304# polished stainless
Product size:54*59*82
CBM:  0.16
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  • Harry Bertoia wire chair (8033)
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Harry Bertoia Style Wire Chair with Cushion
(Multiple Colors for Frame and Cushion)
--Harry Bertoia's 1950 experiment with bending metal rods into practical art produced a revered collection of seating, including the xquisite Bertoia side chair. Innovative, comfortable and strikingly handsome, the chair's delicate appearance belies its strength and durability. In Bertoia's own words, "If you look at these chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture.
Space passes right through them." The vinyl seat cushion is padded with a foam insert for softness.
The brightly chromed steel frame pairs nicely with all other modern classic furnishings. The wide, contoured arm chair is suited to contemporary living rooms, bedrooms and professional reception areas. Our reproduction of the Bertoia Wire Side Chair comes with your choice multiple seat cushion colors.

--Red, White, Blue, Green, and Yellow are special orders with 8 week lead times.
--Stainless steel frames are special orders with 8 week lead times.
--Items listed on this page are reproductions of the original design. Items are not produced by
the actual designer nor are they affiliated with the official manufacturers. Any mention of the designer or original product name is only for comparison purposes.

Harry Bertoia

Born in Italy, at the age of 15 Bertoia moved to the United States with his family, and went on to study painting and sculpture. His interests were extensive and varied: initially a painter, he then worked primarily as a sculptor, in addition to designing jewellery, teaching techniques for working metals, and creating furniture designs. His partnerships with Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eames also proved decisive in his career. His chairs built in metal rods (1952) were an instant success and highly sought after the world over. They fully express Bertoia's philosophy, and his approach to creating objects. First and foremost, they are comfortable, satisfying the fundamental requirements of functionality, yet already at first glance one realizes that they are actually sculptures, since in Bertoia's eyes a sculpture or a chair are conceptually similar elements. And finally, these creations are a testament to the extremely refined manual technique of working metal, of which Bertoia was a master. "Space passes through them," he would say, "and by looking at them intently our perception is that they are made of air,

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