A design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 chair is one of the most recognised of the Twentieth Century. Originally created in 1952, the chair’s most prominent feature is its curved walnut-veneered plywood back. Pioneering at the time, Robin Day overcame the difficulty of forming a single moulded plywood chair with armrests, by creating a bent shape using a singular curve rather than the obvious double curve. In close collaboration with the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, Case has revised the dimensions of the chair, making the 2014 version slightly smaller and more compact - as it was originally designed to be. The chair back, available in walnut veneer, offers an accentuated curve making the dip marginally deeper to form more of a point. The chair legs are available in either chrome or black, and piping detail has also been introduced to the black leather seat pad. Dimensions: W640 x H794 x D520 mm Seat height 470mm

A design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 chair is one of the most recognised of the Twentieth Century. Originally created in 1952, the chair’s most prominent feature is its curved walnut-veneered plywood back. Pioneering at the time, Robin Day overcame the difficulty of forming a single moulded plywood chair with armrests, by creating a bent shape using a singular curve rather than the obvious double curve. In close collaboration with the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, Case has revised the dimensions of the chair, making the 2014 version slightly smaller and more compact - as it was originally designed to be. The chair back, available in walnut veneer, offers an accentuated curve making the dip marginally deeper to form more of a point. The chair legs are available in either chrome or black, and piping detail has also been introduced to the black leather seat pad. Dimensions H794 W640 D520 cm H31.2” W25.2” D20.5” inch


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