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Eero Saarinen

Eero Saarinen was born in Kirkkonummi, Finland in 1910. He studied in Paris and at Yale University, after which he joined his father's practice. Eero initially pursued sculpture as his art of choice. After a year in art school, he decided to become an architect instead. Much of his work shows a relation to sculpture. Saarinen developed a remarkable range which depended on color, form and materials. Saarinen showed a marked dependence on innovative structures and sculptural forms, but not at the cost of pragmatic considerations. He easily moved back and forth between the International Style and Expressionism, utilizing a vocabulary of curves and cantilevered forms. Saarinen died in Ann Arbour, Michigan in 1961.

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Eero Saarinen - Tulip Chair

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Chair
£439.12

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Chair

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Chair
£439.12
Shell is in molded fiberglass reinforced plastic and base is cast aluminum with a rilsan finish.

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Coffee Table 1956

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Coffee Table 1956
£439.12
Table with base in black or white lacquered cast aluminium. Top in black marquina or white marble.

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Dining table 1956

Eero Saarinen - Tulip Dining table 1956
£1,055.12
Table with base in black or white lacquered cast aluminium. Top in black marquina or white calcutta marble.