Design classics among the armchairs: the Eames Plastic Armchair
The Plastic Armchairs were first presented in 1950 as part of the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The organically shaped plastic seat shell was later combined with various bases and produced millions of times. In their current version made of polypropylene, the armchairs offer even greater seating comfort.
Vitra introduces the Plastic Armchair DAL with full upholstery to complement the product range. The organically shaped bowls offer particularly good comfort with the upholstery and exude a homely atmosphere.
Individual combination possibilities
The colours of the Hopsak upholstery fabric can be freely combined with the colours of the seat shell. Together with the underframes, this results in a multitude of individual combination possibilities. The upholstery is attached to the shell with a black or white piping.
As with the unpadded Plastic Armchair armchairs, the seat shell is made of solid-coloured polypropylene and rests on a wire base with struts.
Please note: The Eames Plastic Armchair DAL is supplied with dark felt glides as standard. Plastic glides are also available.