1. Platner Wire Stool - Replica
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Platner Wire Stool - Replica

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  • Classic American design from 1966
  • Stainless steel frame
  • Comfortable padded seat

Platner Wire Stool - Replica

Add a classic piece of American design to your living room with this innovative Wire Stool, originally created by Warren Platner in 1966. The luxurious circular leather seat, available in a range of colours, sits comfortably on a stylish stainless steel frame. Made up of supportive steel rods the curved frame is both artistic and functional, providing a sturdy base to the seat. Give your interior an instant lift with this perfect piece.

We produce the Wire Stool with a padded leather seat and stainless steel frame.

Additional Information

SKU 5968
Height 58 cm
Diameter 42 cm

About the Designer

Warren Platner

Warren Platner

American architect and interior designer Warren Platner studied architecture at Cornell University before working at various design and architecture firms including Raymond Loewy, I.M. Pei, Eero Saarinen and Kevin Roche. Whilst part of Eero Saarinen’s office he contributed to designs for Washington’s Dulles Airport, amongst other high profile projects.

As Head of Interior Design for Kevin Roche, he created flexible office spaces, installing custom-made furniture and ergonomic desks. In 1965 he opened his own office Warren Platner Associates for which one of his first solo projects included the New York showroom for Danish silversmith and designer Georg Jensen. During his career he became synonymous with 1960s modernism, and is widely known for his prominent interiors including his ‘ocean liner’ design for the former New York World Trade Centre’s original Windows on the World restaurant. In 1995 he was awarded the prestigious Rome Prize.