The 1966 series by Richard Schultz was the pioneer for modern outdoor furniture. The Lounge Chair out of the collection transforms outdoor areas into relaxing zones.
The 1966 series furniture pieces originally emerged out of a request by Florence Knoll. Richard Schultz was asked to design resistant furniture that would also stand the salty air near a sea. This is how the American designer created a furniture collection that wasn’t only robust, but also stylish for changing trends: The 1966 series.
The 1966 Lounge Chair offers pleasant seating comfort for a longer relaxation period with its seat height of 35.5 cm and the inclined seating position.
Further colour editions and other pieces out of the 1966 collection by Richard Schultz are also available.
- Characteristics: The 1966 seating furniture collection by Richard Schultz includes an armchair, a chair without armrests, a lounge chair and two loungers.
- Construction: Frame out of powder coated aluminium, connections out of stainless steel, synthetic pads.
- Surfaces: Upholstery out of polyester coated with woven vinyl.