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Introduced in 1966 by Warren Platner, the Platner Collection of sculpted wire furniture has become a staple of modernist design. While the entire collection has been praised as a triumph, the Platner chairs have achieved the most recognition.  The chair’s unique form is created by welding hundreds of curved vertical rods to circular frames. The steel rods come together to make a stylish and strong base, providing both support and a timeless and elegant aesthetic. Platner’s ability to combine a minimal aesthetic with “decorative, gentle and graceful” qualities made his collection so successful.


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