For Rockwell Architecture.
The chair would have been super comfy, but not in the least stuffy, as it utilized one or two sprung pivots that allowed moderate reclining, either HQ Polyurethane or Viscoelastic cushions, top-end upholstery and had a footstool that nested under the seat, in later versions.
The design was never built for suspension by the clients of the entire Hotel project. Million dollar ‘bummer.’ I also did a scale model of one of the hotel rooms, with some of these pieces in it, graciously lauded by Jessica Davenport as one of the best models she’s seen for Rockwell… a great feeling nonetheless. Rockwell Architecture.