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The Robie 1 Chair Frank Lloyd Wright first opted for this type of chair in his own home in 1895 in order to give greater definition to the area around the dining table and also render the setting more intimate. With the Robie 1 chair designed in 1908 for the dining room of the Frederick C. Robie House, what is noticeable is not only the high back but also the feet which spread outwards in a soft curve. These officially licensed reproductions from Cassina in Italy pay strict attention to Wright’s original details. Each piece of furniture is branded with Wright’s mark, certifying its authenticity, as well as the production number, which serves to record the item’s production chronology, and corresponds to the tally on the accompanying identity card.
Crafted in a choice of Cherry Wood, and Cherry Wood stained Walnut, it features the finest traditional construction with leather or wool fabric cushion upholstery in a choice of colors. Dimensions: 52.5” H x 17.9” W x 189.5” D. See image of color swatches for a few of the wide range of available upholstery color choices.
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