Stackable school chair from the 1960s
The J173 Chair was designed in 1960 by the architect Poul Volther, but never went into production. For 60 years the drawings were in the archives of FDB Møbler , but now Volther's simple and functional design is finally realized.
With its charming, school-inspired design and wide, clean surfaces, the chair is a reminder of the past while pointing to the present. When designing the J173 two of Poul Volther's most important priorities - good user comfort and a modern design language - have been perfectly harmonized.
Oak or walnut with steel
The stackable designer chair consists of a powder-coated steel frame and a seat and backrest of moulded plywood in oak or walnut.
Though inspired by schools, the J173 can also be used as an addition to the dining table or as an office chair at the workplace. It is also very suitable for meeting and conference rooms.