George Nelson’s architecture background can be seen in the Nelson Platform Bench. The bench is a practical example of the influence of building styles on mid-century modern furniture design. It stays true to Nelson’s strict ideas on modern function and form. This bench comes in two sizes and two solid hardwood finishes.
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18.5 in x 48 in x 14.2 in (Depth x Width x Height)Additional Dimensions
18.5 in x 60 in x 14.2 in - (60" Size, Natural Wood Finishes)
18.5 in x 72 in x 14.2 in - (72" Size, Ebony Wood Finishes)
18.5 in x 72 in x 14.2 in - (72" Size, Natural Wood Finishes)
18.5 in x 60 in x 14.2 in - (60" Size, Ebony Wood Finishes)
George Nelson (1908 – 1986) helped establish American Modernism. Most established as an industrial designer and writer, he helped bring designers like Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier to the North American scene while making his own contributions to the industry.
Nelson did not intend to become an architect. His career began by accident when he came across the architecture faculty at Yale when avoiding the rain. However, he quickly became known in modern design circles, even before graduating from the program.
Critical of peers who bent to the whims of their clients, Nelson maintained a belief that the ideas of modernism should always been maintained. His Coconut Chair and Platform Bench series are examples of his strong principles and devotion to the style.
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