ClassiCon Non Conformist Armchair
It piques and provokes what one might expect of it, and yet it is inexplicably aesthetic and harmonious – a nonconformist on velvet paws. Eileen Gray commented quite pragmatically on her work in typical understatement: “An armrest was omitted in order to leave the body more freedom in movement and to allow it to bend forward or to turn to the other side unrestricted.” Seldom was a ‘nonconformist’ more ready to talk. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Seat of beech frame with rubber webbing. Upholstery is polyurethane with polyester filling. Cover in leather. Manufactured by ClassiCon. Prices include delivery to the USA.Designed in 1926.