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Platner Lounge Chair

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Availability:
6 - 16 weeks
Manufacturer:
Knoll

Introduced in 1966, the Platner Collection of sculpted wire furniture captured the “decorative, gentle, graceful” qualities that were beginning to infiltrate the modern vocabulary. The Collection’s unique, harmonious forms are created by welding hundreds of curved vertical steel rods to circular frames, finished in either bright nickel or painted bronze metallic.

DIMENSIONS
  • Lounge chair
    • Overall: 36.5"W x 25.5"D x 30.25"H
    • Seat Height (SH): 18.5"
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MATERIALS

Shell is molded fiberglass with molded latex foam cushion. Base constructed of nickel-plated vertical steel rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. Clear plastic extrusion ring on bottom of the base for a smooth bottom surface.

ENVIRONMENTAL

GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

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RETURNS & EXCHANGES

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Designer

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Warren Platner studied at Cornell University, graduating in 1941 with a degree in architecture. He went on to work with legendary architects Raymond Loewy, Eero Saarinen, and I. M. Pei before opening his own architecture practice. Platner made notable architectural contributions throughout his career, including the Georg Jensen Design Center and the Windows on the World restaurant in the World Trade Center ― both in New York City. It was his furniture collection for Knoll, however, that earned Platner worldwide renown.

Originally introduced by Knoll in 1966, the Platner Collection is an icon of modern furniture. Platner personally formulated the production techniques for the complicated designs with each chair requiring over a thousand welds and more than one hundred cylindrical steel rods. Knoll also introduced an executive private office collection designed by Platner.

Care & Maintenance

With proper care, your KnollStudio furniture should last for years to come. To help ensure the longevity of your purchase, below are helpful hints on routine cleaning for your KnollStudio piece. Most basic maintenance can be performed with common household cleaning products.

Nickel

Clean with Windex, Fantastik, or other non-abrasive cleaning solutions. If discoloration occurs, rub lightly with a fine steel wool to restore luster. Touch-up with a clear lacquer to prevent oxidation.

Textiles

Optional Scotchgard treatment protects fibers from dirt and staining. Wipe all spills immediately. Brush and vacuum every three to four months. Use a foam upholstery cleaner as directed semi-annually, or more frequently if necessary. Try a hidden area to test for color fastness.

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Knoll warrants to original buyer only that the products Knoll manufactures and sells to original buyer are free of defects in workmanship and materials for 5 years. Should any failure to conform to this limited warranty appear to a Knoll product during the applicable warranty period from the date of shipment, Knoll shall, upon prompt written notice, repair or replace, at its option and cost, the affected part or parts. Seating upholstery, textiles, leathers and finishes by Knoll carry a 3 year warranty.

This warranty does not apply to:
Normal wear and tear or acts or omissions of parties other than Seller (including user modification, improper use or installation of Products).
COM or other third party materials applied to Products.
Dramatic temperature variations or exposure to unusual conditions.
Changes in surface finishes, including colorfastness due to aging or exposure to light.
Except as specifically noted above, textiles and upholstery supplied by KnollTextiles.
Natural variations occurring in wood, marble, and leather shall not be considered defects, and the Seller does not guarantee the colorfastness or matching of the colors, grains or textures, or surface hardness of such materials. The Seller also does not guarantee the colorfastness of fiberglass panel surfaces.

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