VITRA – Verner Panton
This chair was designed by one of the most influential designers of the 1960s and ´70s – Verner Panton, born in Denmark. He became known for his original and imaginative designs in the fields of furniture, textiles and lighting. Creating a comfortable, all-purpose plastic chair moulded in a single piece was one of his ambitions. He had been looking for a manufacturer for a long time when he first had a contact with Vitra in 1963. The Panton Chair was then developed by Vitra and finally introduced to the public in 1967. This piece of furniture received numerous awards and one of the first models belongs to the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Panton chair is available with a lacquered finish in black, white or red.
Poul M. Volther
Dimensions: 410(seat) x 870 x 760 x 980 mm
This super stylish seating was designed by a famous designer Poul M. Volther who always tried to look for a model that can always be successful in the market. Based on this, Poul made these ergonomic chairs for Erik Jorgensen manufacture. EJ 605 Corona is a new icon of modern generation comfort chair combining functionality and technical streamlining. The seating system is ideal for young executives. Having Width 35 in., Depth 32 1/2in., Height 38 in., is suitable for any room decor. Chair structure is much more robust and is made of steel, frame-which has a high lustrous finish- is made of stainless steel and legs are made of matt chromed spring steel. Cloth upholstery with leather comes in different colors. EJ 605 Corona was designed with high quality materials and received many compliments because of the comfort felt with a flexible buffer by your back.