This chair its name from its original form tulip is a classic organic design . It was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen in 1956. It belongs to the collection of furniture Pedestal , its creator wanted stays clean legs , but the idea came from a project in common with Charles Eames, wherein the plastic would be used, but then this material could not stand the weight.
The material used for the central stem is of aluminum painted, it holds the glass fiber structure . The chair may have arms, be fixed or swivel, be upholstered in leather or fabric, or just have a cushion. Usually find a two-tone finish , structure in black and red upholstery, but can acquire it in other tones.
The striking curved lines is an attempt by the designer bring man closer to nature, their organic shapes. As we discussed, we can use it to give a pop or retro touch to our stay. And combine with any furniture in both dining rooms, and kitchens or work areas, not to mention the outdoor areas.