The Bertoia Diamond Chair, designed in 1951 by Harry Bertoia, is a chair made of steel wire resting on thin rod legs, a sort of metallic version of the hammock. The past as a sculptor of the famous designer is evident in this seat with a light aesthetic, capable of raising the expressive qualities of an industrial material such as steel in a three-dimensionality typical of sculpture. Lightweight and easily transportable, the Diamond Chair ranks among the most recognized creations of mid-century modern design and is a proud part of Knoll's heritage. The Rilsan painting makes it also perfect for the outdoors.
Powder coated black metal
33” W x 31” D x 16” Seat Height
Condition: Does not have a cushion. Purchased in the 1960s. Some chips on feet.
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