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Enron Randolph Hein Dickinson Down Filled (2) Lounge Chairs

Enron Randolph Hein Dickinson Down Filled (2) Lounge Chairs

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Enron Randolph Hein Dickinson Down Filled (2) Lounge Chairs
Down Filled Lounge Chairs Enron Corporation was an American energy company based in Houston, Texas. Before its bankruptcy in late 2001, Enron employed around 21,000 people (McLean & Elkind, 2003) and was one of the world`s leading electricity, natural gas, pulp and paper, and communications companies, with claimed revenues of $111 billion in 2000. Fortune named Enron “America`s Most Innovative Company” for six consecutive years. It achieved infamy at the end of 2001, when it was revealed that its reported financial condition was sustained mostly by institutionalized, systematic, and creatively planned accounting fraud. The planning and execution of this fraud, and the subsequent ruin of many of Enron`s employees, took place in the Enron executive offices on 1400 Smith Street, Houston Texas. In this building, high on the 50th floor, prominant senior executives met, planned and worked, amidst pieces of designer furniture. Metro Retro has acquired these pieces. These Randolph Hein lounge chair`s are part of the collection taken out of prominant senior executive`s offices on the 50th floor. Traditional style in fine cotton brocade upholstery. Oak legs; solid construction (Color difference in pictures is due to lighting in Enron office. True color is closest to the right two pictures)


42in. Wide x 40in. Deep x 32in. High Seat Height-19in.



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Randolph Hein
John Dickinson Renowned for his imaginative fusion of austerity and fantasy, elegance and humor, John Dickinson (1920-1982) crafted many of the most innovative American interior and furniture designs of the 20th century. Fantasy and Function: The Furniture of John Dickinson—comprising a dozen furniture pieces and more than 30 framed drawings—will be on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) from September 26, 2003, through March 7, 2004.

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