Edward Wormley Pair of Armchairs in Green Velvet Upholstery
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Edward Wormley for Dunbar, set of 2 armchairs, beech and velvet, United States, 1960s
This pair of Mid-Century Modern armchair were designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. This stunning pair of chairs have solid beech frames with geometric, modern lined frames. The seats and backs are upholstered in dark green velvet, which is a beautiful combination with the light beech.
Edward Wormley (1907–1995), was born in rural Illinois, USA. As a young man he was very interested in design and was enrolled in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1926, but dropped out and started working for an interior design company due to financial problems. After that first design job, he joined the Indiana-based Dunbar Furniture Company where he served as director of design for nearly 40 years. After WWII, he started working as an independent consultant in design. Wormley died in 1995, but his legacy of high-quality and elegant furniture lives on. He was a master in blending classical elements of 20th century design with modern innovation.
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