Nelson Swag Leg Chair
Designed by George Nelson
With his swag leg group, George Nelson didn't try to design an innovation; the innovation resulted from his criteria for the design. He began with the legs, insisting that they be made of metal, machine formed, and prefinished.
Separate seat and back. The look is light-scaled and sculpted; the chair shell flexes with the sitter and prevents heat buildup. Wide, flat armrests: Forearms can rest comfortably.
Year of Design: 1958
D: 711mmW x 559mmD x 557mmSH/815mmOH
Shells are available in white, grey, or black, with the option to order the seat and back in any combination of colors. Leg finish can be chrome, white, or black.