Eero Saarinen: Furniture for Everyman
Eero Saarinen’s career as a furniture designer began when he was a teenager and spanned the remainder of his short life. From his earliest furniture, done for the master bedroom at the family’s residence at Cranbrook in 1929, to his final series for Knoll Associates almost thirty years later, Eero Saarinen’s furniture can be described as progressive, reaching beyond the design trends of the day, expanding on them with unprecedented innovations in style and technique, and leading furniture design thinking in new directions. Join Brian Lutz, author of the newly released Eero Saarinen: Furniture for Everyman, as he covers the full span of Saarinen’s furniture design career.
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