Vladimir Kagan Nautilus Chair


Vladimir Kagan is one of the early pioneers of modern design. A passion for architecture and sculpting is evident in his latest collections of large contemporary and uniquely modern furniture. With a career that spans forty years plus, Kagan’s early designs are timeless and are now considered classics coveted by collectors for their originality and excellent craftsmanship. Vladimir Kagan joined Ralph Pucci in 2002


The pioneers of modern furniture design in America in the mid-20th century all had their moments of flamboyance: Charles and Ray Eames produced the startling, biomorphic La Chaise; George Nelson’s firm created the Marshmallow sofa; Edward Wormley had his decadent Listen to Me chaise. But no designer of the day steadily offered works with more vigor and dynamism than Vladimir Kagan. While others, it seems, designed with suburban households in mind, Kagan aimed to suit the tastes of young, sophisticated city-dwellers. With signature designs that feature sleekly curved frames and others that have dramatic out-thrust legs, Kagan made furniture sexy.


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