The Orgone Chair was created in 1993 by Marc Newson. The original design was part of a limited edition aluminium furniture collection, which Newson designed at his ‘Pod’ studio in Paris. A plastic version for popular distribution followed after a short time.
The Orgone Chair, today made by Löffler, is made of polyethene. The organically shaped armchair can be used both indoors and outdoors. The dyed plastic is made from a single piece in a complex rotation moulding process.
Marc Newson is considered one of the most recognised and successful designers internationally. His Orgone Chair, open at the top and bottom and with a soft, flowing, organic design, already counts as a design classic. The cult product can also be seen in numerous internationally renowned design museums. In spite, or even perhaps because of its organic structure, the Orgone Chair is ergonomic and extremely comfortable.
The Orgone Chair by Marc Newson is available in various colours.