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George Nelson Daybed Sofa in Blue Checker Reupholstery by Alexander Girard

USA - 1950s

George Nelson daybed for Herman Miller in newly upholstered Alexander Girard Maharam "Checker" fabric. George Nelson and Alexander Girard were both American designers who worked for the furniture manufacturer Herman Miller in the mid-20th century. Girard was particularly known for his colorful, playful designs, and he created several textile patterns for Herman Miller, including the "Checker" and "Millerstripe" fabrics. These designs feature bold, geometric patterns and bright colors, and they are often used to add a playful touch to modern interiors. George Nelson, on the other hand, was known for his more understated designs, which often featured simple, clean lines and neutral colors. Girard's fabrics are still produced today, and they remain popular choices for modern interiors. Their playful, colorful designs and understated, abstract patterns continue to inspire designers and decorators around the world.

Herman Miller

Wood, Fabric, Aluminum

H 27.56 in. x W 76.77 in. x D 33.46 in.
H 70 cm x W 195 cm x D 85 cm
Seat Height 16.93 in. | 43 cm