• Polypropylene side chair, 1963, Robin day, Hille
  • Polypropylene side chair, 1963, Robin day, Hille
  • Polypropylene side chair, 1963, Robin day, Hille
  • Polypropylene side chair, 1963, Robin day, Hille

Polypropylene side chair, 1963

Polypropylene stackable side chair designed by Robin Day for Hille.

The Polypropylene side chair by Robin Day is a landmark of seating design. The original design launched in 1963 failed to meet rigorous contract seating tests and was discontinued in the late 1980s. The elegance of Day’s original design has been resurrected to meet contemporary standards and realise Robin Day's desire for its revival.

Please note; the minimum order is 4 chairs.

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Polypropylene stackable side chair designed by Robin Day for Hille.

The Polypropylene side chair by Robin Day is a landmark of seating design. The original design launched in 1963 failed to meet rigorous contract seating tests and was discontinued in the late 1980s. The elegance of Day’s original design has been resurrected to meet contemporary standards and realise Robin Day's desire for its revival.

Please note; the minimum order is 4 chairs.

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53.4w x 51.5d x 44.5/75.5cmh

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Polypropylene seat shell available in the colours flame, light grey, dark grey, blue, ebony, orange and acid green. Base powder coated in the colours white, light grey, dark grey, black, flint and silver/chrome effect, or chromed against a surcharge.

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The Hille furniture company was started in the East End of London in 1906 by Salamon Hille, a Russian emigrant, to renovate and reproduce eighteenth century furniture.

The Hille furniture company was started in the East End of London in 1906 by Salamon Hille, a Russian emigrant, to renovate and reproduce eighteenth century furniture.

By the 1930’s the company had established an international reputation supplying products all over the world. Salamon's daughter, Ray, subsequently joined and took over the reigns of the business in 1932, with Hille becoming a Limited company that year under her leadership.

The company overcame several lows and recovered from the Second World War and the 50’s financial crisis, partly by developing their export sales. Today, Hille’s focus on affordable quality has been carried forward as well as the desire to work with innovative designers.

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