After Frankl's Speed Chair

After Frankl's Speed Chair

9,200.00

After Paul T. Frankl's "Speed Chair", circa 1942, first commissioned by Cedric Gibbons of Bel Air, California. Frankl lengthened the seat of the “Speed” chair and set the top of the arms forward so that they inclined sharply downward and rearward toward the foot. The long, low profile, in concert with his jutting, angular lines, produced an impression of movement. Leather and fleece upholstery. Dimensions (chair):  32.5" W  x 32.5" D x 39.75" H
(ottoman):  31.2" W x 20.5" D x 12.25" H 

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