Armchair With Slip Seat
Bring a 200 year old Neoclassical chair into your space with AR. Rotate and zoom in on every inch of the clean lines and curved forms.
About the Model
This armchair was made in 1810 by cabinetmaker and merchant John Hewitt. The form is a neoclassical style, based off an ancient Greek chair with curved legs and a curved back. With its clean lines and orderly forms, Neoclassicism became a prevalent style in European and American architecture and furniture. Hewitt's granddaughters went on to establish the Cooper Union Museum, forming the foundation of Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Museum.
Arts + Humanities
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian, Product Design, Decorative Arts, Design, Interior Design, mahogany, oak, Joh Hewitt, chair
May 16 2022