Gigi Swivel Chair by Knoll
designed by Marco Maran
The Gigi Swivel Chair is a light, fun chair. Eye-catching colors (red, orange, lime green, blue, yellow, etc.) and a flexing, unconventional shape conspire to make the chair recognizable and mood-lifting. The Gigi Swivel Chair was designed by Italian Marco Maran, a man often feted for his lighthearted and utilitarian designs. This chair can come with or without arms, and is perfect for offices, schools, cafeterias, churches, and any congregational or hospitality area. Also available in the Gigi family are the Gigi Bar Stool and the Gigi Chair.
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
The Gigi Swivel Chair has a colored polypropylene shell made of six layers on a chrome plated base. There is a swivel mechanism with pneumatic seat height adjustment T-section polished aluminum base and hard black casters.
Overall: 33.5"-38.25" h x 19" w x 25" d
Seat height: 17.75"-22.5"
Arm height: 24.75"-29.25"
Environmental InformationThe Knoll Gigi Swivel Chair is Greenguard certified.
About the Manufacturer
|Founded in 1938, Knoll has nurtured many of the most inspiring and iconic furniture designs of the last century. With an extensive collection of modern classic furniture for the home as well as cutting-edge office furniture with a focus on functionality as well as aesthetics, Knoll is at the forefront of how furniture interacts with us and affects us in our daily lives.|
|Marco Maran knows good design, and he sets about creating pieces that offer flexibility while maintaining their contemporary appearance. Born in Siena, Italy, Maran studied and trained as an architect and industrial designer. He has designed several chairs for Knoll, including the Gigi stacking chair, Gigi swivel chair, and Gigi barstool. Maran is the recipient of numerous awards including the GOOD DESIGN award of Chicago, the Best Young Designer Award, and a Product Design Achievement Award from IIDA. His most prominent interior design was showcased in 1998 in the Press Room for the World Cup held in Paris, France. |