Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise Outdoor use

  • In the 1950s, Knoll gave Harry Bertoia free rein to form seating proposals out of wire mesh. Though half a dozen of the sculptor's airy creations went on to become best-sellers, the undulating Asymmetric Chaise model proved too difficult and costly to realize at the time and thus never went into production.

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    In 2004, one of the chaise's prototypes came up for auction in Chicago, but, before it was sold for $118,000, Knoll commissioned a CAD documentation of its curves and put the chaise into production for the first time in 2005. To produce each chaise, Knoll artisans in Italy spend two days hand-welding the metal wires.

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  • Height: 102.0cm
    Depth: 106.0cm
    Width: 115.0cm
    Seat Height: 20.0cm

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