Adrian Pearsall Lounge Chair and Ottoman for Craft Associates Inc., circa 1960
Adrian Pearsall lounge chair and ottoman for Craft Associates Inc. circa 1960. This piece has been professionally restored. Upholstered in Holly Hunt bouclé.
This piece has been professionally restored. Upholstered in Holly Hunt Boucle.
H 39 in. x W 33.5 in. x D 41 in.
H 99.06 cm x W 85.09 cm x D 104.14 cm
28.25" wide x 23" deep x 14" tall.
14 in. (35.56 cm)
Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011)
Adrian Mount Pearsall was born in Trumansburg New York. As a young man he went to the University of Illinois and studied Architectural Engineering. He graduated in 1950. He was also a keen sailor but what he is most noted for is his contribution to mid century modern furniture design.
Adrian Pearsall founded Craft Associates in Pennsylvania in 1952 to manufacture his own designs. By the late 1950's his designs incorporating walnut became hugely popular and cemented Pearsall as a Designer to be reckoned with. He had great flair as a designer and was brave and modern in his approach. No doubt his Architectural background influenced this. His designs were considered to be part of the 'Atomic Age' design at the time and are now icons of this design period.