Product Story

Product Story

The Landmark chair represents one of Ward Bennett's most famous pieces. While carved from solid ash hardwood, Landmark is both lightweight and durable. The chair's classic English form is graciously scaled to the exact proportions drawn by Ward Bennett and features meticulously detailed French upholstery. True to the designer's original intent, Landmark is available in both standard-height and low-arm versions.

Designer

Ward Bennett

Ward Bennett was a pioneer in the use of industrial materials in the home.

 

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Dimensions

Depth
23"

Width
23"

Height
30-1/2" Overall
18-3/4" Seat
25" Standard arm
20-3/4" Low arm

 

Product Numbers

SBLLF
French upholstered seat
and back

SBLAF
French upholstered seat and back with low arms

SBLLC
Cane seat and back with cushion

SBLAC
Cane seat and back with cushion with low arms

Construction

Carved solid ash frame

Geiger was one of the world's first companies to develop water-based wood finishes. Today, Geiger offers a full range of furniture to meet your LEED goals.

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GREENGUARD Environmental Institute and the U.S. Green Building Council,
developer of the LEED standard.

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THE NATURE OF GEIGER

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