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The Corona Stool - Premium Leather - Camel

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  • The Corona Stool Premium Leather/Camel image.
  • The Corona Stool Premium Leather/Camel image.
  • The Corona Stool Premium Leather/Camel image.

The Corona Stool - Premium Leather - Camel

Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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Together with the Corona Chair by Volther designed after the wreath or corona that can be seen around the sun during a full solar eclipse. Poul M. Volther wants nothing but extreme comfort when he designed the Corona Stool and chair in 1964. A perfect complement that will make relaxing more fun and impressive.

The Corona Stool
The Corona Stool


If sitting on the Corona Chair can make you feel like a God, imagine how much comfort can you get when you compliment it with the Corona Stool, with the unique design that match, it is no doubt a truly relaxing experience every time your body longs for a rest. Corona's success is partly due to its fusion of technical cool and warm and inviting form that refers directly to the human anatomy with its spine and ribs. Available in wool, standard or premium leather in many colours to match your taste and your interior.


The Corona Stool
  • Frame: Aniline leather, Cashmere Fabric, Full Correctered
  • Legs: Brushed Cast Aluminium
  • Comfort: Comfy Soft
  • Fabric: Wool, Standard and Premium Leather
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Easy (feet only)
  • Instructions: Included
  • Care: Vacum
  • Clean: Spot Clean
  • Fabric Ordering: Suggested
  • Dimension: Width 77cm, Depth 46cm, Height  47cm
  • Seat Dimension: Height 45cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 80cm, Depth 50cm, Height 51cm
  • CBM: 0.20 Weight: 19kg
Inspired By

Poul Volther

Renowned for his unique and iconic Corona chair, the Danish furniture designer Poul Volther was a strong supporter of Functionalism in the modern period and drew from his deep understanding of construction as a cabinetmaker. He also taught at the Danish Design School and thus influenced hundreds of new designers with his unerring sense of form and his strict requirements for quality and functionality. He started working at the cooperative FDB, in the design studio where he eventually went on to lead the studio. His practical, craftsmanship-based ideal can clearly be seen in his iconic work. He created many armchairs and sofas that are still popular today. He died in 2001, leaving behind the legacy of his creations, which continue to be sold and styleted all over.

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