Eero Saarinen (1910–1961)

Eero Saarinen was an industrial designer and architect famous for his neofuturistic style. His design was known for its simple, sweeping and arching curves with a machine like rational visual appearance. Some of his ground breaking products are the ”Tulip Chair” for Knoll, the ”Grasshopper” and ”Womb” lounge chair and ottoman and the ”Pedestal” armchair. His architectural legacy spans from the ”Gateway Arch” in St Louis to the ”Crow Island School” in Illinois.

Articles related to Eero Saarinen (1910–1961)


6 Giants of Mid-Century Modern Design

It’s impossible to scroll through Instagram or flip through a magazine without seeing mid-century modern furniture. Beloved for its accessibility and affordability, this simple yet elegant design includes some of the trendiest items around.


Future Antiques Hiding in Our Homes

There are many of us who have watched Antiques Roadshow and regretted clearing out what could have potentially been hundreds of dollars worth of auction-worthy pieces. Here are our predictions for those antiques of the future.


Maximize the exposure of your upcoming auction on Barnebys today!