Poul Volther 

Poul Volther (1923-2001) was a danish furniture designer.
He initialy studied to become a cabinet maker and afterwards went to the Arts and Crafts School in Copenhagen to study funiture design.
In 1961, the release of his famous and iconic Corona Chair with its round and tapered leather cushions, created a stir in the design community, 
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  • Poul Volther (1923-2001) Armchair "Corona" E15 and footstool, ERIK Edition, Jorgensen, Steel and faux leather orange, blue lacquered aluminium feet, Circa 1960, Denmark, vintage condition. Measures:  Height: 107 cm seat height: 43 cm, Width: 65 cm, depth: 83 cm.