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How necessity can lead to beauty.
Working as a cabinet maker in post-war Denmark, Paul Volther was often faced with material shortages for his designs. This problem meant that he developed a highly functional design ethic that reached its apex in the Corona chair of 1961. With small, elliptical cushions suspended on a frame, it was created to maximise use of the limited resources available and provide a variety of comfortable seating positions. Out of this necessity and economy came what we at Pash believe is one of the most beautiful post-war chair designs, a classic that looks superb in any home or office environment.
Pash Classics' take on the Corona Chair and Ottoman is constructed to a very high quality. Unlike the wood and fabric original, it features a polished, stainless steel base and spine upholstered with full top grain Italian leather and matching ottoman footstool. Available in a small range of carefully chosen leather colours, such as the modern white shown here.