Bruno Mathsson (Sweden, 1907 -1988), was a self-taught designer and architect, inspired by the functionalist movement, and spent much of the 1920s and 1930s studying the functional possibilities of wood.
Mathsson’s furniture designs experimented with curves and height, and were driven by ergonomics and function. He exhibited a collection of bentwood furniture at the 1937 World Exposition in Paris, launching his international reputation; his Eva Chair (then called Work Chair) was purchased for the public spaces of the soon-to-be-opened Museum of Modern Art in New York.
This tall, armless version of the Eva chair is stamped "Bruno Mathsson Design. Made in Sweden" and has been re-webbed in a natural green fabric. Removable linen pillow has also been recovered.
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