Harry bertoia asymmetric chaise. Knoll historian brian lutz once said bertoias paintings were better than his sculptures. In harry bertoias original presentation of his wire chairs to hans and florence knoll in 1950 he showed a chaise longue version essentially the large diamond chair extended on two of its sides hence the use of the term asymmetric in reference to its shape. Im interested in receiving exclusive subscriber only deals invitations to viewing nights sales and links to cool stuff from around the globe. Welcome to our furniture symbols.