Designer coconut Chair by George Nelson
The coconut Chair by George Nelson offers a beautiful and refreshing geometric variation in every modern room. The form of this design icon mimics cuts a coconut shell and bears a tropical freshness.
An excellent fireplace warms up the modern interior – by Tom Sibley Interior Photography
George Nelson was design director at Herman Miller since 1945 and the coconut Chair remains one of his most acclaimed works during his three decades of creative work for the company. Comfortable, first-class and unique, the Chair defined the comfortable seating on the new because he differs from the classical forms.
Here are some contemporary inspirations, you could encourage to take an original coconut – Chair by George Nelson for your home
Coconut Chair in black leather is meaningful
Set up a nice reading corner with the coconut Chair
Family room with pedestal table and coconut chairs of Nelson – UPINTERIORS
A stylish living room with gray and metallic accents by by design
Noguchi table and coconut chair – a meeting of design icons from Herman Miller Smith designs
A white coconut Chair by Herman Miller for a contemporary look by FORMA design
A combination of comfort and freedom
The coconut Chair is now in the top design museums around the world on display. The structure of this organic piece of furniture, the decor has changed industry of the 50s. Borrowing from the design of nature is more of a current trend. George Nelson has made it successful but a few decades ago.
The two coconut symmetry attach Chair from Regencyshop
A beautiful minimalist bedroom with a coconut Chair by Chris Briffa Architects
In contrast to other chairs of this age, the coconut Chair offers a full freedom of movement and ample comfort. The lower part made of plastic, covered with thick rubber of show, and the metal frame make the Chair aesthetically and functionally pleasing. This perfect balance between style and material brought the charming Chair in the Hall of Fame by design.
Combine a coconut Chair with a cuddly modular sofa by Peter Rose Architecture and interiors
Take a coconut Chair in colors that match your existing decor
By Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel architects
A few coconut chairs enhance the eclectic background of Cincinnati modern
The crafty decor work makes your interiors more attractive by Max strand architecture
The coconut attract attention just chairs of Baltis architects
Visual and geometric contrast
The contemporary residences accept quickly design works that are based on clean and well defined lines. This works generally well, but too many cubic surfaces and square designs can make the room dull. The exclusive and unique shape of the coconut chairs brings geometric intrigue in modern facilities. The Chair has many color options, so you can use it as an accent or focus in the room. So, you might have a vivid color in neutral space.
Interesting use of the coconut Chair in the bedroom
Striking interiors by lots of color by Poolehaus residential design
Sure, the design of the coconut was ahead Chair of his time. So along with the other works by Herman Miller, he has brought a design revolution. He adapts easily to every style and theme of the existing Interior.
A smooth and shiny contemporary kitchen with coconut Chair in the corner
Bring a bit of color with Orange Coconut chairs
Laidlaw Schultz architects
A combination of coconut chairs with wood accents by Gary Hutton
Geometric variations in one send kitchen, installed by the coconut Chair by Jonathan park architect
An elegant patio with coconut Chair by OBM international