Bubble Chair

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Bubble chair
Bubble Chair Eero Aarnio.jpg
Designer : Eero Aarnio
Date : 1968
Country : Finland
Materials : Steel or acrylic frame. Fabric or leather cushion.
Style/Tradition : Modernist
Dimensions: (WxDxH)
Colours : clear plastic, cushion variable

The Bubble chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1968 in Finland. It is made of acrylic on steel frame and leather or polyurethane fabric cushions. It is distributed by Adelta. The chair is suspended from above leading to a floating or bubble-like sensation. It is considered an industrial design classic and advanced the usage of plastics in furniture design. The chair is considered modernist or spaceage and is often used to symbolise the 1960s period.

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