The swivel version of the Eros spins on a pedestal the same way Eero Saarinen do tulip chairs.However, instead of a matching white base and seat, there is a great contrast between the chrome base and the glossy polycarbonate seat.
Grace Home Design
As for his form, the nonswivel version of the chair sits on an Eiffel base. The precedent for this base is that of the – Eames Shell Chair.
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
In addition to the translucent polycarbonate versions, the chair also comes in an opaque version as you can see here. In this picture, the EroS brings the new to this mix of old and new furniture.
DKOR Interiors Inc. – Interior Designers Miami, FL
Eros is also a good choice as an occasional chair in the bedroom. This translucent green swivel version takes up very little visual space.
The chair is a fun choice for a child in the room; Kids love to swing.
This pedestal table offers plenty of space for the Eiffel base chair legs. Clear versions of the chair add a sculptural element that does not overwhelm the room.
Webber + Studio, architects
In this modern open-space, all the furniture work together to take advantage of the view. The EroS chairs are elegant and not distracting. They also work well with the 14.7 chandelier.