Materials & Finishes: The Coconut Chair's fibreglass shell is mounted on stainless steel legs with plastic glides. The cushion is upholstered in a range of leather materials in a variety of colour options.
Features: The Chair features a generously padded seating surface in the form of a thick one-piece foam rubber cushion upholstered in high quality leather. The back is positioned at an optimum angle and offers relaxing seating posture.
Originally introduced by Herman Miller in 1955, the Nelson Coconut chair is a 20th century furniture icon. It has a simple, striking shape, and it is also a very comfortable place to unwind at home, in the private office or lounge. The Coconut Chair is typical of 1950s design, with its shallow sides and inviting curves. Designed to mirror a coconut cut up into eight sections and is distinguishable by its formal clarity and minimisation of materials. The simplicity of the design is what has made the Coconut Chair a hit throughout the decades, with a plush upholstered cushion that provides comfort in style.