Generous proportions: P77 Chair by Johanson Design

Swedish brand Johanson Design launched the P77 chair, a stackable chair that can be used both indoors and out. This is the result of the first collaborative project between Johanson Design and designer and architect Jonas Lindvall. The P77 has aluminum legs and an injection molded body that altogether weighs in at around five kilograms. The chair, which can be stacked 8 inches high, comprises two parts that are molded together: a thin shell and a supporting core. Two types of plastic are required to create the feeling of surface softness, while stability is achieved by using a thermosetting plastic for the core. The chair is also completely recyclable, even without separation of the plastic materials.

Johanson Design was founded in 1953.  It is now distributed in 52 countries worldwide.

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