Lounge chair inspired by baseball legend, Joe DiMaggio

The Joe Chair is a very interesting piece of furniture with a shape that and form that makes it quite difficult to match with anything else. This is a themed chair that was inspired by baseball legend Joe DiMaggio. It’s shaped like an oversized baseball glove and it’s a homage to this sport and in particular to the person that inspired the creators of this piece.

The Joe Chair was the creation of Italian designers de Pas, D’Urbino, Lomazzi. It was originally designed in 1970. It has been appreciated ever since and a new edition has also been issued. Originally, the chair was in leather only. However, a more modern version was created, this time in self-cushioning plastic polymer. This new material makes it more versatile and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. It’s a classical piece of furniture with a timeless design.

This themed lounge chair is not just a statement but also a very comfortable piece of furniture. It’s really too beautiful and special to be placed in the basement. Now, with the modern version, you can place it on the deck or in any protected outdoor area. The dimensions of the Joe Chair are 34 1/16″ height x 65 3/4″ width x 44 1/8″ depth and it can be bought at the price of $1,000.00. It comes in two colors: greyish marble and brown.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on June 19th, 2012


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