Archive for November, 2009

No Womb at the Inn – SALE

November 19, 2009

One of our favorite lounge chairs is the classic Womb Chair from Knoll Studio. Designed by master architect Eero Saarinen in 1948, Womb remains a classic because of its comfort and simplicity.Whether dressed up in a luxy mohair or played down in a simple Boucle, Womb complements contemporary environments as a structural piece of art and provides a welcoming spot to nest. Why not have A Womb of One’s Own? Set it next to a window and you’re to have A Womb with a View.

Exciting NEWS just in… Knoll studio is offering a Holiday SALE on the Womb chair in selected fabrics. Take 15% off MSRP through December 31st. We would love to introduce you to the Womb chair on display here at the SR Hughes showroom and flourish some swatches for your selection. Remember there are three sizes of the Womb chair, including a child’s version. Hurry in soon or there may be no Womb at the Inn.

Design Decoded

November 18, 2009

SR Hughes will be placing 5 icons of chair design at Philbrook for what will surely be a lovely event. If you are able to attend, here are the details:

Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
Time: 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Free with Museum Admission
Room: Patti Johnson Wilson Hall

Why does a toaster belong in a museum? David Hanks, independent curator and scholar, exposes us to the world of industrial design through the work of Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi, Yves Behar and more who are a part of the Kravis collection. First, take our design challenge and use the materials we provide to create your own mini-chair. Then hear David Hanks’ insight into the influence of design in our lives. At the end of the evening, prizes will be awarded for the best chair!

Schedule for the evening:

5:30-7pm: Design challenge and cash bar

5:30-6:30pm: Be a part of our new ad campaign. Strike a pose and strut your stuff for Ervin Photography, and you might be featured in an upcoming ad!

7-8pm: David Hanks lecture and design challenge winners announced

Made possible through the generous support of Z-104.5 The Edge and Urban Tulsa Weekly


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