Made from birch plywood pressed together with dark phenolic resin, the soft curve in the chair’s seat and backrest are manufactured using CNC milling. With this kind of milling, several layers of wood are penetrated, thus allowing the glue to be visible between the different layers. This technique gives the chair its unique finish and look. Each chair is a one-off design.
Due to these features and due to the fact that the chair has tested suitable for use in pubs, Google chose to fit out the restaurant of its European headquarters in London with the Prater chair (and also with our Ludwig tables and benches).
Prater is available in white, grey, yellow and black. All designs are stackable and feature armrests. Also available with matching cushions or sheepskin.
Coming Up: [D3] Design Talents at imm cologne is 10
More than 500 young and emerging designers have taken to the [D3] Design Talents stage at the Cologne Furniture Fair over the past ten years, presenting their ideas in prototype form to both an industry and a general audience. Architonic takes a look