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  • Unique ref.
  • Manufacturer
  • Use
    Bedroom, Living, Office, Retail
  • Material
    Metal, Leather, Fabric
  • Dimensions (W x H x D)
    88 x 78 x 78
  • Date of publishing
  • Last update
  • Type
    Object (Single object)
  • Polygons (low)
    18 302
  • Polygons (high)
    132 520
  • Textures
  • Unwrapped UVs


Eero Saarinen (1941)

The philosophy of this piece looked to reunite comfort and memorable design without compromising on either side. That is why there are few armchairs that have the look and feel of the Womb piece. Its sleek, metal legs, give it a swing feel, and together with the solid structure of the shell, and the two carefully placed pillows, Womb emanates both coziness and physical support.

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