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Saint Michael’s Chair

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Brand New Saint Michael’s Residential Wood Chair in Saint Michael’s Villa

We worked with Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York to create our brand new Saint Michael’s chair. In fact, we created the chair specifically for Sterns’ client, St. Michael’s Villa’s residential spaces. Our longtime friends at Robert Stern came to us looking for a chair similar to our existing Kennedy chair. However, they wanted a chair with lower arms to fit under desks.

We first created the Kennedy Chair for the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2008. The chair is modeled after a bank of England style with a more contemporary feel to it. The Kennedy Chair is extremely comfortable, fittend with an a cushioned upholstered back.. It is perfect for any dining or library venue. Saint Michael’s Villa recognized the Kennedy’s outstanding value and timelessness. They were excited to install the Kennedy with lowered arm. The amended Kennedy chair is now known as the Saint Michael’s Chair. 

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Many private clubs, academies, and universities over the years praise the Kennedy for its durability, elegance, and comfort.

For example, we installed the Kennedy into the grill room of Southampton Golf Club in New York in 2012. Similarly, we installed the Kennedy in the dining space of Orinda Country Club located in the San Francisco Bay in 2014. The Kennedy Chair is adored by staff and members to this day. The Kennedy Chair also suits school spaces. Soon after, we installed the Kennedy into the study spaces of the Groton School in 2015 for study spaces. Also in 2018, we installed the Kennedy to Indiana University’s Phi Gamma Delta fraternity also/. Lastly and most recently, we installed the Kennedy into Princeton Windrows. Princeton Windrows  is a luxury senior living community in Princeton, New Jersey 2019.

Like the Kennedy Chair, we know the new Saint Michael’s residential wood chair will provide exceptional elegance and comfort to any venue that will stand out for decades to come.

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