Herman Miller | Nelson Coconut Chair

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Design by George Nelson, 1955.
By Herman Miller. Originally introduced by Herman Miller in 1955, the Nelson Coconut Chair changed the landscape for American furniture, offering supreme comfort and, as Nelson described, "freedom of movement". This 20th century furniture icon features a simple, striking shape that is a very comfortable place to unwind. With its unique shell design, shallow sides and inviting curves, the Coconut lounge chair is designed to let you sit in nearly any position and move with ease. Its one-piece foam rubber, leather-upholstered cushion provides luxurious seating and classic good looks. Product Features: Constructed with George Nelson's original design, materials, and detailing Generous padding with a thick, one-piece foam rubber cushion upholstered in supple black leather Comfort added with the third corner (forming the backrest), which is just slightly longer than the two side corners Upholstery is molded into the plastic shell for durability and lightness Sturdy frame includes bent-steel, three-legged base with tough nylon glides Ships fully assembled Backed by Herman Miller's 5 Year Warranty: View Here

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