The Corona chair and foot stool
was designed by Poul M. Volther and was first released in 1964. It's futuristic "floating" design is not only artistic but also functional, created to give maximum support to the spinal column and ribs of the person sitting in it. When it was originally released the frame was made of solid oak, but today it's crafted in stainless steel with upholstered cushioned seats. The name "Corona" comes from the fact that the shapes of the chair are reminiscent of the phases the sun goes through during an eclipse, and those shapes can either be used as backrests or armrests, depending on your preference. Available in a variety of colors, you can have one for £549.
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