In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era. Vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods create a unique appearance.
The Platner Collection captured the “decorative, gentle, graceful” shapes that were beginning to infiltrate the modern style ethic and still look as timeless today as they did in the 60's. Perfect for the home to add an element of luxury or in a commercial environment - a meeting room, canteen, restaurant or reception area.
Materials: Frame features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rod. Bright Nickel finish with clear lacquer protection or painted bronze metallic or plated 18k Gold. Base features a clear plastic extrusion ring that creates a smooth bottom surface. Moulded fibreglass shell and foam cushion quilting. Cushions with latex core and zipper cover attach to seat with velcro
Dimensions: Height - 76cm (Seat Height - 50cm) x Width - 73cm x Depth - 58cm
Warren Platner was an American architect and interior designer who produced a furniture collection that has proved to be a continuing icon of 1960s modernism. He studied at Cornell University, graduating in 1941 with a degree in architecture. He went on to work with legendary architects Raymond Loewy, Eero Saarinen, and I. M. Pei before opening his own architecture practice. His furniture designs for Knoll are truly unique and very collectable.