- Brand: KARDIEL; Tweed Fabric in a premium Cashmere Wool Blend: 50% Cashmere Wool, 50% Synthetic Fiber; Removable seat and back cushions
- Flex angle- height adjustable floor protecting pad discs; Constructed around a curvature true fiberglass shell; Internal molded body bolt sleeves secure the metal frame
- Dimensions: 37.4 inches Height x 38.6 inches Depth x 69.7 inches Width; floor to seat height 16.1 inches; floor to arm height 22.4 inches
- Premium High density foam for long term appearance retention; Chip and flake resistant Chrome Finish Base
- The entire sofa is Hand Sewn/Stitched
Details: The womb loveseat sofa offers seating for 2 in a relatively small footprint. The design of the Womb Chair is well known for its comfortable seating capability. The external metal frame lifts the body well off the floor providing a light airy feel. The Womb Series in the 2-seat loveseat configuration is a relatively rare but highly sought after midcentury modern icon. * Womb Style Loveseat Sofa (2 seater) * Removable seat and back cushions * Tweed Fabric in a premium Cashmere Wool Blend: 50% Cashmere Wool, 50% Synthetic Fiber * Flex angle- height adjustable floor protecting pad discs * Constructed around a curvature true fiberglass shell * Internal molded body bolt sleeves secure the metal frame * Dimensions: 37.4″ Height x 38.6″ Depth x 69.7″ Width * Dimension: floor to seat height 16.1" * Dimension: floor to arm height 22.4" * Premium High density foam for long term appearance retention * Chip and flake resistant Chrome Finish Base * The entire sofa is Hand Sewn/Stitched Where Cashmere Wool comes from. Cashmere wool fiber is obtained from "Cashmere goats." Historically, fine-haired Cashmere goats have been called Capra hircus laniger, as if they were a subspecies of the domestic goat Capra Hircus. Cashmere goats produce a double fleece that consists of a fine, soft undercoat or under-down of hair mingled with a straighter and much coarser outer coating of hair called Guard Hair. For the fine under-down to be sold and processed further, it must be de-haired. De-hairing is a mechanical process that separates the coarse hairs from the fine hair. After this separating process the resulting premium "cashmere" is ready to be dyed and converted into yarn. About the Design Finnish Modern Furniture Designer Eero Saarinen created the Womb Chair, originally known as the Wombat Chair in 1948. He believed strongly that the whole field of design is all one body. He had three design principles - Function, Structure and being part of the time. The Womb Chair design consists of molded fiber glass shell covered with foam and then upholstered. The chair and ottoman is supported by a bent tubular frame. To increase the comfort, Eero also designed the chair with loose cushions and a coordinating ottoman. It was named Womb Chair because it envelops allowing you to curl up and relax in comfort. Eero Saarinen designed with the human body form in mind. A simple concept yes, but many designers prefer aesthetics to functionality. In nearly every case, a piece of furniture that rises to become a classic has both striking artistic form as well as function. The Womb Chairs organic form is representative of the mid century Scandinavian modernism style of furniture using synthetic materials to create inspired forms. About the Original Designer : Eero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism. He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair, which, although in production through 1965, was not a big hit.