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Corona Chair - Replica

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Description

  • Innovative design from 1961
  • Sculpted form
  • Exclusive craftsmanship

Corona Chair - Replica

The sculptured design of the Corona Chair by Poul Volther has a unique visual profile. Poul Volther created the piece with series of oval cushions to allow the body to relax in several positions. Designed in 1961, the interesting construction was inspired by the innovative time-lapse photographs of solar eclipses. It resonates Volther’s earlier designs, which were based on series of cushion, separated by space, to economise the scarcely available materials after the Second World War. This aesthetic piece blends comfort and originality and is an ideal complement to the contemporary home or office space.

We produce the stunning Corona Chair with handcrafted cushions, available in classic leather or premium leather finish in various colours. They are attached to a stainless steel frame and base.

Additionally, you will also find the option of buying an ottoman separately. The Corona Chair & Ottoman is also available in a set.

Additional Information

SKU 5032-CHA
Height 95.5 cm
Width 89 cm
Depth 87 cm
Height of Seat 38 cm

About the Designer

Poul Volther

Poul Volther

Poul Volther came from a school of architects that drew their inspiration from the Arts and Crafts movement, in which the manufacturing process was as important as the end product. He championed functionalism and railed against fads and aesthetic smartness. His training was mainly at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts, where he graduated as a master cabinet maker. As a fellow of the Danish School of Art and Design, he installed the emphasis of craft quality on generations of Danish designers. His most famous design was the Corona Chair (EJ5). Appearing almost transparent, it effortlessly blends in with its surroundings. The four upholstered elliptical shells give maximum support for the body and correlates with both the spinal column and ribs of the human anatomy. Initially manufactured by Erik Joergensen, the Corona chair received widespread acclaim when it was first launched in 1964. Since then the chair has been shown in a wide variety of fashion features, film and music videos. It was the seating used by the European heads of state during the EU summit in Copenhagen, December 2002.