Adrian Pearsall Havana Lounge Chair and Ottoman in Pierre Frey Wool
Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, 'Havana' lounge chair and ottoman, walnut and Pierre Frey woolen upholstery with walnut, United States, 1960s.
This lounge chair and ottoman with small walnut armrests and wheels underneath each item, are designed by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates. The tapered wooden legs complement the soft, round design of the chair with ottoman perfectly. The ottoman, circular besides one dent, fits exactly onto the armchair, resulting in a chaise longue or daybed. The armrests are a quirky details and thanks to their pointy design resemble paw-like elements. The chair isn't a shy piece, as is nothing of the flamboyant designer Pearsall. The upholstery of this piece has been done by our expert upholstery team. Please ask one of our design advisors for more specific information on the fabric and technicalities.
Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011), trained as an architectural engineer, was a sailor and interior designer. In 1952, Pearsall opened his own furniture company 'Craft Associates. Pearsall designed some of the most sensuous, gracious midcentury design pieces around. His pieces are characterized by flamboyant curves, upswept shapes and stretched proportions.
D 50 x W 76 x H 32 cm.