Vitra Standard Chair.
Vitra's Standard Chair, designed by Jean Prouvé in 1934, has a special metal structure inspired by Prouvé's technical background.
Since most of the weight of the chair is carried by the rear legs, Prouvé decided to place large, hollow steel legs towards the back and the slender legs towards the front of the chair.
With its pleasantly shaped plywood seat and back, the Standard Chair is an excellent dining chair, and the design fits seamlessly with the EM Table designed by Prouvé.
Colors : Japanese Red, natural oak
Dimensions: Width 42 cm Depth 50.5 cm Height 82 cm
Seat height : 46.5 cm
Frame Material: Curved Steel with Powder Coated Finish
Chair material : Oak plywood
Back material: Oak plywood
Warranty :10 years (product must be registered on the manufacturer's website within 3 months of purchase date).
*Make your beautiful Vitra chair even more pleasant with the loose Soft Seat cushions from Hella Jongerius. The beautiful Soft Seat cushions are made of soft furniture fabrics and are available in three types: square type A, organic type B and round type C. Cushion A is suitable for this Vitra chair.
About the designer:
Jean Prouvé (1909-1984) was a French metalworker, engineer and self-taught architect and designer, who had a major influence on European post-war design and design philosophy. Social conscience and good accessibility were essential starting points for Prouvé's designs, which were often based on prefabricated houses, modular systems and mass production.