In the decade of the 60, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a collection of sculptural furniture, creating an icon of modern-era design, such as the Lounge Chair Platner edited by Knoll. The uniqueness of the furniture and its harmonic forms are the result of the welding of steel rods with curved shapes, creating a moiré effect and achieving the decorative, soft and graceful quality that Platner aims to achieve.
Details: Structure in polished nickel and upholstered in Caro Fire Red fabric. Seat height 48 cm.
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