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675 Chair. Robin Day

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Description

B675 Office Chair

Designer: Robin Day
Designed 1952

Walnut veneered plywood backrest, chrome steel frame> leather seat.

With its pared-down form and undisguised structure, this chair was one of Robin’s favourites. A follow-up to his Royal Festival Hall Restaurant Chair, the 675 Chair has a simpler moulded plywood seatback and is more minimal and refined.

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5 out of 5 stars
(3)
Reviewed by Hana Villar
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 10, 2016
very stylish vintage chair that looks great in my office area. delivery was also really convenient and reasonable
Vintage Mid Century Stage S320 Chair by John & Sylvia Reid

Reviewed by susan burke
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 22, 2016
I am so pleased with this modern looking chair, its very comfortable. I was also informed throughout the buying process of where the chair was and when to expect delivery.
Robin Day, 675 Chair

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675 Chair. Robin Day

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