Eero Saarinen, Sergio Rodrigues, and other Furniture Designers

Eero Saarinen

The Womb Chair

The Tulip Dining Table and Chairs

Sergio Rodrigues, the Diz Chair

Sergio Rodrigues
Sergio Rodrigues’ Diz Chair

Isamu Noguchi, the Noguchi Table

Isamu Noguchi’s Noguchi Lounge Table

Finn Juhl, the Model 45 Chair

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Barcelona Chair

The Barcelona Collection at Philip Johnson’s Glass House, 1949

Pierre Jeanneret

The Office Cane Chair

The Kangaroo Lounge Chair

Jeanneret’s Kangourou Chair

Lina Bo Bardi’s Bowl Chair

Original Bowl Chairs installed at Bo Bardi’s famous Glass House

Charles and Ray Eames, the Eames Lounge Chair

The Eames House Interior featuring the Eames Lounge Chair in White Leather

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