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Charles E’s DSW chair (Dining height Side chair Wood) was a winning entry of the Low Cost Design Competition organized by the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1948. Recognized for its revolutionary design, combining comfort and original style, the DSW has remained a celebrated design furniture classic of the 20th Century. Charles E. was one of the most influential American designers, whose many major contributions to modern architecture and design are present all around us today. This quality replica follows the dimensions and characteristics of the original design produced by Hermann Miller Inc.
Designfurn reproduces the DSW with high-grade beech legs, interconnected using chrome plated wires. Beech wood is easily maintained as scratches and marks can be polished out, which adds to the durability of the design. Designfurn reproduces this version of the classic design in high quality plastic, which is a light material, suitable for various environments and very easy to maintain and clean.
The DSW chair’s seat is ergonomically curved, perfectly adapted to the contours of the body. The deep seat and high backrest provide great comfort, and the waterfall edge adds to the seating relaxation, preventing unpleasant pressure at the back of your legs and behind the knees. The chair is also adjusted with rubber shock absorbers, which connect the seat and base and provide extra comfort.
For maximum stability, as well as providing a unique design feature, the legs of the DSW Chair are interconnected with sturdy chrome wires. The wires are carefully positioned to provide maximum support to the reliable structure of the base and increase durability.
Choose from a wide range of bright colours for your home or office. The plastic seating shell has a matte surface and is made to order in a choice of vibrant colors to suit your taste.
Italian born, Salvatore Brioni (1905 – 1976) embarked on his design education in the Milan Polytechnic and later continued in the prestigious Architectural Association in London. He made his name in the early 1940s when he opened his own design studio in Milan. Being recognized as one of the most inventive and influential Italian designers of the 20th Century he was also appointed as Head of Design for leading chains of furniture manufacturers. His profound interest in experimenting with moulded plywood, fiberglass and plastic led to some of his iconic furniture designs. Innovative for his time, Salvatore Brioni’s designs reflect his visionary design ideas and original concepts. He focused on functionality, creating stylish furniture which is practical and comfortable. The acclaimed Italian designer had been granted numerous design awards, acknowledging his contribution to modern furniture design.