American Bungalow Arm Chair
$2,200.00 - $2,650.00
The American Bungalow Arm Chair is an adaptation of traditional Arts and Crafts forms popularized during the early 20th century. Leveraging the warmth and comfort of that period’s Bungalow homes, the style brought affordable craftsmanship to middle-class America. In its embrace of the Arts and Crafts movement, our American Bungalow Arm Chair is at once substantial and graceful, juxtaposing straight lines and gracefully curved, handmade arms.
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41″H x 21″W x 21″L
Hourglass K1523/5, Hourglass K1523/10, Hourglass K1523/14, Hourglass K1523/21, Hourglass K1523/24, Hourglass K1523/26, Knoll Venue K1558/1, Knoll Venue K1558/2, Knoll Venue K1558/7, Knoll Venue K1558/9, Knoll Venue K1558/10, Knoll Venue K1558/12, Riverside 0500, Riverside 1080, Riverside 1180, Riverside 1610, Riverside 2303, Riverside 2610, Riverside 2675, Riverside 5085
David Moser/Tom Moser
Crafted with a gradual reverse tapering of the front legs, this chair shows weight at its base while climbing gracefully to the heights of its seat. The slight taper is echoed in the back design, which resembles a Wright-style stained-glass window. The armchair features a visible through joint on the armrest, and mortise-and-tenon joints are glued and pinned to ensure a secure fit for generations of use.