Ball Chair Reproduction. Original design by Eero Aarnio
Delivery between 15/11/2016 and 29/11/2016
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  • White
  • Black

  • Light Blue (85% Wool)
  • Light Grey (85% Wool)
  • Red (85% Wool)
  • Black (85% Wool)
  • Brown (85% Wool)
  • Warn Grey (85% Wool)
  • Burgundy (85% Wool)
  • Dark Blue (85% Wool)
  • Black (60% Wool)
  • Blue (60% Wool)
  • Red (60% Wool)
  • Dark Grey (75% Wool)
  • Brown (75% Wool)
  • Green (75% Wool)
  • Dark Red (75% Wool)
  • Light Grey (75% Wool)
  • Full Red (75% Wool)
  • Dark Green (85% Wool)
  • Light Orange (85% Wool)
  • Dark Orange (85% Wool)
  • Cream White (85% Wool)


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An iconic design of the sixties this BALL CHAIR design had a starring role in the cult TV series of The Avengers and The Prisoner. Created from an original design from the studio of Eero Aarnio, the leading Finnish interior designer and pioneering furniture and accessories designer, the futuristic ball chair is a product of the new materials which were emerging in the fifties and sixties. Plastics and composites forever changed the way in which concept furniture was presented to the public, with plastics and fiber glass at the time reinvigorating furniture production methods. Available in a choice of vibrant colours, this iconic BALL CHAIR is a must have for any modern home.

The name Eero Aarnio is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trade mark.
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Materials Fiber glass shell and Fabric
Height * Width 125cm * 103cm
Depth 103cm SH: 45cm
Weight 59,4
Number of packages 1
Designer Eero Aarnio
Eero Aarnio

Eero Aarnio (born 21 July 1932) is a Finnish interior designer, well known for his innovative furniture designs in the 1960s, notably his plastic and fibreglass chairs. Aarnio studied at the Institute of Industrial Arts in Helsinki, and started his own office in 1962.