The lounge chair designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1956 represents the whole category of the lounge chairs and it also inevitably influenced the design by Yrjö Kukkapuro and the Karuselli Lounge Chair. But unlike Eames, Kukkapuro used fiberglass instead of wood for the seat of the opulent armchair, offering a curved shape to it, which perfectly adapts to the user’s body. The additionally big leather cushioning makes the chair even more comfortable.
The name of the chair was given to it because of the metal hooks, with which the chair can easily be turned or rocked.
It is available in white and with a suitable ottoman as well.