Pair of Mid-century Armchairs done by W. Platner in Palisander
About Pair of Mid-century Armchairs done by W. Platner in Palisander
Pair of midcentury American armchairs done by W. Platner
Warren Platner (June 18, 1919 – April 17, 2006) was an American architect and interior designer.
Platner produced a furniture collection that has proved to be a continuing icon of 1960s modernism. He is also famed with designing several prominent interiors in New York City, including headquarters offices for the Ford Foundation building and the original Windows on the World restaurant, atop the World Trade Center.
Chair is made out of palisander wood. Upholstered with black cow hide. chrome-plated steel in a base.
Condition is very good.
American, circa 1960s
Measures: 32” x 34” x 28”.
Chairs are priced individually
Could be sold separately