1967, Paolo Lomazzi, Donato D’urbino, Jonathan de Pas, Blow Chair Transparant




Blow chair. Traces of wear like not being totally clear plastic. This was the first mass-produced inflatable chair. Designed by the Milan-based studio of De Pas, D’Urbino, and Lomazzi and manufactured through a new technique, electronic welding. This icon of 1960s Pop furniture embodies the revolutionary spirit of its time. It is a youthful, playful expression of the free, casual life-style and culture of ephemerality associated with this period. This chair is truly unique. Executed in PVC plastic. Produced 1960-1969

Original early production, in top condition, without repairs.

Dimensions  74 cm H ( incl headrest) x 94 cm W in front and 110 cm in the back x 95 cm D, with a 40 cm seat height x 45 cm width of the seat. The roll pillow as headrest is 23 cm diameter x 53 cm L