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poul volther ej5 corona metal frame chair

from Erik Jorgensen

poul volther ej5 corona metal frame chair

Design Poul Volther, 1964
Molded polyurethane foam, spring steel frame
Made in Denmark by Erik Jorgensen

When Poul M. Volther created Corona in 1964 the chair was an obvious hit. Corona was light yet had a sculptural gravity that was not easily forgotten. This combination made Corona a star in countless movies, fashion series and music videos; in fact, Corona probably has the most impressive stage career of all Erik Jørgensen's products. 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.

Poul M. Volther was a trained cabinetmaker who also attended the School of Arts and Crafts. He belonged to the generation of architects who had their roots in Scandinavian functionalism, where organic design and the modernist motto of form-follows-function prevailed. In addition to leaving his mark in Danish and international design history with his Corona chair, Poul M. Volther 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.

The Corona lounge chair features molded polyurethane foam and can be upholstered in a variety of fabric or leather options. The spring steel swivel base can be specified in either brushed chrome or black. Optional ottoman is also available. Please call the hive showroom with any questions: 1-866-663-4483.

38.2" h | 32.3" d | 34.6" w | seat: 16.5" h

$7,320.00 + free shipping
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The Erik Jorgensen aesthetic centers on tradition and craftsmanship. Nurtured by innovative furniture designs by Danish Design masters such as Hans Wegner and Poul Volther.

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