Designed by Arne Jacobsen in the late
fifties, the Egg chair was popular throughout the heady days of the sixties. Often appearing in retro films and photoshoots, the chair became one
of the most iconic design pieces of the 20th century. Today there are many modern takes on the egg chair, but the original remains synonymous
with the retro aesthetic.
chair was created in 1956 by designer power couple Charles and Bernice Eames.
The chair was a universally praised by the art community and can be
found in New York's Museum of Modern Art. Recreate the fifties modernist look by placing your Eames replica chair in your office or a spacious
Designed in 1928, the art deco style Le Corbusier was the first chaise lounge of its kind. The chair was nicknamed the
relaxing machine because of the way it follows the human body's natural curves. Add an arty aesthetic to your home decor with the stylish Le
Temple & Webster's home delivery service is available Australia-wide including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth
& Hobart. We also offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy to help you choose the perfect look for your home.