Gigi chair 3D Model

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Description: What does the Gigi Chair by Gerard van den Berg have in common with the Womb Chair by Eero Saarinen and the Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen? They each envelop the user in comfortable, organic form and playful scale. Large enough to seat two or provide a nest-like seat in which to curl up, the Gigi Chair’s bowl-shaped seat is constructed with a sinuous spring interior suspension that is normally reserved for sofas. Fully padded with Dacron-wrapped foam, the Gigi is then upholstered in soft full-grain, full-aniline-dyed leather using tight, precise stitching. A specially designed base stabilizes the chair’s wide form by keeping it low to the ground and providing a full 360º swivel. Small glides protect floors. The coordinating pillow is made of soft down and feather fill. The company name, Label, is printed in perforations on the back of the pillow. Made in the Netherlands.
Manufacturer: Label
Designer: Gerard van den Berg
Dimension Units: Inches
Dimension Length: 42.5
Dimension Width: 33.5
Dimension Height: 26.5
Facts: Metal tubular frame; no-sag sinuous spring interior suspension; molded polyurethane foam cushion with stitched Dacron® cover; full-grain full-aniline-dyed leather upholstery; swivel foot in matte chrome.
Author: Franklin Munoz
  gigi  dwr  chair  seat  sofa  couch  living  room  gerard  label 
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