The Knoll Saarinen Tulip Chair is known as a modern classic that offers a sophisticated yet playful quality to any space. The Tulip Chair's influential design won the Museum of Modern Art Award in the late 1960s, one of many honors Knoll and acclaimed designer Eero Sarrinen collected following the chair's original release in the late 1950s. This unique single-legged chair provides an ultra-modern spark to the home, office or any space as well as comfort with its sloping shell design and removable foam seat pad.
|Overall Dimensions||20" W x 32" H x 21.25" D|
|Seat height||18.5" H|
|Environmental impact||Chair is GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® for low-emitting products|
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The Knoll Saarinen Tulip Chair is available with or without arms.
Select a swiveling base or a fixed base for your Knoll Saarinen Tulip Chair.
The Knoll Saarinen Tulip Chair is available in three different shell finishes.
The Knoll Saarinen Tulip Chair's seat cushion is available in the following fabric options.
Mariner textiles offer a low-cost, robust fabric option available in your choice of bold colors. Weave structure gives it good depth and texture, suited for home or office seating.
Calling to mind a long tradition of hand-woven upholstery textiles, with its rich, nubby texture, Classic Boucle, with choices such as Aegean and Cayenne, gives a bold kick of color to any upholstery.
Featuring small planets (or satellites) of color set against a solid background, made with a blend of polyester and rayon, Satellite fabrics offer good resilience and add a quirky look to upholstery.
Reminiscent of classic Knoll Textiles, Arno is comprised of two colors of specially twisted wool yarn, set in a simple weave to create a unique grid pattern. Made from wool and nylon.
Cato textiles, with their exaggerated weave texture, recall traditional hand weaving methods. Iconic in textile circles, Cato is made from a blend of 86% wool and 14% rayon.
George Costanza said he wished it was socially acceptable to drape yourself in velvet. Well, here's your chance. Enjoy this extensive line of Knoll Velvet textile options.
Finished cowhide, corrected grain and raised texture
Embossed shrunken grain cowhide with protective finish, full grain
Full aniline, special oils provide a very elegant and supple hand
Designer Eero Saarinen broke the side chair down to its most essential parts when creating the award-winning and world-renowned Knoll Tulip Chair. The Tulip Chair is simple and minimalistic, but it's also high on style and comfort. You can tailor the chair to best suit your decor with several different fabric options for the comfortable seat pad and three sleek frame finishes.