Pollock Model Arm Chair

Starting From

Designed by Charles Pollock, 1960
Designed in 1960 and originally manufactured from 1964-79, the steel and leather ‘sling chair’ or '657', as it is commonly called, offers a refined combination of materials and finishes. Tubular steel legs connect to cast-aluminum arms and stretchers with exposed hardware, exemplifying Pollock’s simple design approach. The chair was reintroduced 2014.

Construction and Details

  • Sling is Spinneybeck Belting Leather
  • Seat pad is urethane cushion with Spinneybeck Portofino or Hand Tipped leather
  • Arms and stretchers are cast aluminum with black painted finish
  • Legs are tubular steel with polished chrome finish

Portofino is a full-grain, aniline-dyed leather with a full, round hand complemented by a pronounced pebble-grain texture. Portofino features a breathable protective finish which is impregnated into the leather to protect the surface.


  • Width: 25"
  • Depth: 26"
  • Height: 27 ¾"
  • Seat Height: 16 ¼"
  • Arm Height: 22 ¾"

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