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Platner Lounge Chair - Wool - Light Green

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  • Platner Lounge Chair Wool/Light Green image.
  • Platner Lounge Chair Wool/Light Green image.
  • Platner Lounge Chair Wool/Light Green image.
  • Platner Lounge Chair Wool/Light Green image.
  • Platner Lounge Chair Wool/Light Green image.

Platner Lounge Chair - Wool - Light Green

Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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in the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating a design icon of the modern era. The frame features wire rods that are perfectly bent to create the structure of a beautifully sculptured chair. The lounge chair has a fully upholstered shell, providing comfort while exposing the wire frame from the back side of the chair. A seat cushion and back cushion are built in to create a lovely lounging experience. A clear plastic extrusion ring creates a smooth bottom surface for the base.

Platner Lounge Chair
Platner Lounge Chair


This Platner Lounge Chair captured the "decorative, gentle, graceful" shapes that were beginning to infiltrate the modern vocabulary. The iconic lounge chair lends mid-century elegance to any living room.


Platner Lounge Chair
  • Frame: Cashmere, Stainless steel frame 
  • Legs: Steel Wire 
  • Style: Classic Design 
  • Fabric: Wool
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: N/A
  • Instructions: Included
  • Care: Spot clean
  • Dimension: Width 91cm, Depth 91cm, Height 40cm
  • Packing Dimension 1: Width 99cm, Depth 98cm, Height 6cm
  • Packing Dimension 2: Width 71cm, Depth 71cm, Height 43cm
  • CBM: 0.26 Product Weight: 37kg
Inspired By

Warren Platner

An American architect and interior designer, Born Joseph Warren Platner in Baltimore, Maryland in 1919. Platner studied architecture at Cornell University and, following graduation in 1941, worked in the offices of legendary designers Eero Saarinen and I.M. Pei. He created a furniture collection that has proved to be an enduring icon of 1960's Modernism and designed several prominent interiors in New York, including offices for the Ford Foundation building and the original Windows on the World restaurant. He also created lighting fixtures, floor and window coverings, furniture and architectural ornaments for clients, completed many other noteworthy projects, including the interior design of Water Tower Place, the vertical shopping mall that opened in Chicago in 1976, and the 1986 renovation of the Pan Am Building lobby for its new owner, MetLife. Platner personally formulated the production techniques for the complicated designs with each chair requiring over a thousand welds and more than one hundred cylindrical steel rods. He died, aged 86, in 2006.

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