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The Corona Stool

Inspired by Poul Volther

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The Corona Stool
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Designed in 1964 Available in lots of colours Available in cashmere or leather About the Corona Chair Our Poul Volther style Corona Ottoman is the perfect accompaniment to your Corona Chair. Its unique design provides a truly relaxing experience. The ottoman is upholstered in soft cashmere or semi-aniline leather and comes with brushed stainless steel legs and a wide choice of colours. As well as a footrest, the Corona Ottoman can also be used as a handy stool. Consider choosing a contrasting colour to your Corona style chair and create something that’s a little bit more unusual. Get some visual inspiration for your Corona Ottoman here: VOGA Pinterest - Corona Chair The story behind the Corona Chair Poul M. Volther created the Corona Chair in 1964. Some say it was inspired by time-lapse photography of a lunar eclipse and its surrounding corona. Others believe the inspiration was the strength and flexibility of a human spine. We think it was a bit of both. The chair’s name and sculptural weightlessness are strong indicators of the lunar influences. However, if you look at the chair straight on, it does resemble a human spine with each component working to support the back when seated.
  • Width: 77 cm
  • Height: 46 cm
  • Depth: 47 cm
  • Packaging: 81cm x 50cm x 52cm
  • Packaging weight: 19 kg
  • Seat Height: 45 cm
  • Boxes: 1
Poul Volther

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Poul Volther

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1923-2001 (Denmark)

Poul Volther was a Danish furniture designer who favoured functionalism over short-lived trends. He strongly believed in quality craftsmanship and simple manufacture of fine materials. He produced a wide variety of armchairs and sofas, but the Corona Chair is by far his most famous design.

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