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George Mulhauser Reclining Lounge Chair in Wood and Leather '50s

$ 10,000
  • Description
    George Mulhauser, born in 1922, was known for his pioneering molded plywood designs and iconic lounge chairs. Graduating in 1953 from Pratt Institute with a degree in Industrial Design, Mulhauser quickly established himself as a staff designer in the early days of the newly formed George Nelson Studio. One of the first chairs that he designed for George Nelson was the iconic ‘Coconut Chair’.
    Mulhauser designed for many companies, most notably for Paul Mccobb, Design Institute of America, Directional, Singer, Overman, Stendig, and Plycraft.
    Here a Plycraft Loung Chair with structure in metal and curved wooden shell and upholstery in leather.
    The armchair is reclining and it is possible to move the footstool and the backrest.
    Dimensions when close : 100 x 86 x 86 cm
    Dimensions when open: 93 x 130 x 86 cm
    Good condition, fully original.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Ample Provenance
    Origin: United States
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Structure in Curved Wood, seating in leather
    Condition: Good. Good condition
    Creation Date: about 1950
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Collectible Design, Mid Century
    Dealer Reference #: S_118
    Incollect Reference #: 575807
  • Dimensions
    W. 33.86 in; H. 39.37 in; D. 33.86 in;
    W. 86 cm; H. 100 cm; D. 86 cm;
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