Plastic chairs offer a wide range of possibilities, they were quite unthinkable for this piece of furniture before. Regarding their uses indoor and outdoor; their impact resistance; the flexibility and ease of their molding materials; their novel structures and original shapes; and the colors, including transparencies which, previously they could have been achieved only with glass, something which is impractical for obvious reasons.
The industrial revolution has supposed a change of mentality, a new way of living, of consuming, greater freedom of choice, an intense process of progress and innovation in many fields: science, technology, engineering ... Furniture, like any element that was part of the everyday lives of people, was also affected.
Little by little, the great creative spirits of architecture oriented their interest towards furniture, to develop some of their most ingenious ideas. The chair took an unusual relevance, perhaps because of its nature as functional and attached to a human being. But it was not until the 20th century when the best works appeared, the icons of avant-garde design. And most of them, are represented in SuperStudio.
Our catalog of plastic chairs
Eames, Panton, Bouroullec, Saarinen, Arad, Arnio, are some of the most famous designers, evoked in our section with plastic chairs inspired by their best creations.
This is the case of the Phantom Chair, the Torino Chair, the Ron Chair, the Jouyu one, Tulip chairs series or the Ball Relax armchair. A wide collection which presents a very complete tour of the historical evolution of the use of different kinds of plastic such as polypropylene, ABS, PVC or polycarbonate.
You will find fascinating pieces like the Queen chair, hich refers to the works of French designer Philippe Starck for the firm Kartell, which melts the Baroque Louis XVI style with the modernity of simplified lines and complete transparency.
Others, like the Chair Line, based on the famous Navy Chair by the American firm Emeco, originally created in aluminum for the US Navy during World War II. A reconverted classic, with a touch of colorful vitality, thanks to the use of polypropylene as material.
We also have our version of the summer protagonist chair, the México Chair, inspired by Acapulco Chair. And absolutely fascinating contemporary creations, such as Dypo Wood Chair and the Tower Arms rocking chair by Charles & Ray Eames, a couple of designers that revolutionized furniture's world.
Time has come. Stop reading and immerse yourself in a world of unique designs that will catch your senses. Discover SuperStudio plastic chairs.