Girard Color Wheel Ottoman

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Girard Color Wheel Ottoman with height and diameter dimensions

Displaying a bold and graphic pinwheel color way, the Girard Color Wheel Ottoman is a low-standing piece proportional and flexible enough to act as a footrest, coffee table, and seating. It was designed by Alexander Girard who wanted to play with vibrant colors and patterns, ultimately creating 300 textiles while director of design of the textile division for Herman Miller (1952).

The Girard Color Wheel Ottoman has an overall height of 15” (38 cm) and diameter of 36” (91 cm).

Details

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Height: 
15” | 38 cm
Width:
36” | 91 cm
Depth:
36” | 91 cm
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Materials:
Polished aluminum legs; MDF structure with polyurethane foam cushion; fabric upholstery
Designer:
Alexander Girard
Year:
1967

Properties

Drawings include:
Girard Color Wheel Ottoman front elevation, plan

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Ottomans, or footstools, are upholstered independent seating elements designed without back supports. Typically found in a living room as a central furniture piece, ottomans today are designed with a range of styles and sizes that often coordinate with related furniture elements.