The Corona chair was designed in 1964 by Poul Volther. It’s futuristic look is referential of human anatomy, mimicking the rib cage and spine. His chair designs featured smaller cushions with spaces between them, as materials were harder to find after the second world war.
While it was not successful when it was first launched, the chair was presented at several furniture fairs in 1997 and became a resounding success… An iconic chair of the 60s, corona is still manufactured today by Erik Jorgensen and remains the manufacturers most successful item.
We think they should definitely be on board the first manned mission to Mars!