The original Adirondack Armchair was designed by Thomas Lee in 1903 and named after the Adirondack mountains, a range located in the northeastern part of New York state.
Originally the Adirondack Armchair was made with eleven pieces of wood, cut from a single board. It had a straight back and seat, which were set at a slant to sit better on the steep mountain inclines of the area. It also featured wide armrests which became a hallmark of the Adirondack Armchair.
This preloved chair and footrest designed by Barlow Tyrie, has its heritage in the original Adirondack Armchair, but has evolved into a more comfortable lounger chair featuring plantation grade teak. Beautifully weathered to a soft silver grey colour, this is a fine example in excellent condition.
Adirondack Armchair Dimensions:
W75.4 x H95.3 x D96.5 cm
Arm Height: 52.2 cm/ Seat Height: 35.3 cm
Adirondack Footrest Dimensions:
W54 x H35.5 x D57 cm