• Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair
  • Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair

Erik Magnussen Plasma Chair

for Engelbrechts Seating comfort and exceptional utilisation of materials characterise the new Erik Magnussen chair from Engelbrechts. Plasma is the name of chair, and it has been designed for both indoor and outdoor use. Plasma has been several years in the making but has already won 1st prize in the "Best of the Best" category of the international red dot awards.

The chair is now on the market and will be for sale from mid-August. Seat and back is, as well as the optional armrest, a highly advanced technical challenge as they are produced in injection moulded glass intensified nylon - an exclusive material which preserves durability and colour intensity much better than regular plastic chairs. Plasma is available in 11 different colours - with the option of choosing special seat, back, and armrest combinations.

All in all, there are 14,641 possible combinations that encourage the user to give the chair a personal as well as an individual look. With Plasma, Erik Magnussen has sought to utilise the materials to their fullest. So while saving resources, areas such as comfort, aesthetics, durability, and weight have been optimised. Moreover, a minimum of plastic material has been used and the aluminium legs are deliberately designed to reinforce the plastic seat.

The chair weighs only 2.8 kilo (approx. 6 lbs.), and is among other uses, ideal for seating environments that must be moved or changed often. Facts about Plasma: Plasma is produced in eleven different colours Plasma is obtainable with or without armrests Plasma armrests consist of six elements.

This, combined with eleven different colours, results in 14641 possible Plasma chair combinations Seat, back, and armrest are produced in injection moulded glass intensified nylon, a material which preserves durability and colour intensity better than the traditional plastic chair The legs are made from anodised aluminium Plasma can be used outside as well as inside Plasma has been tested at temperatures in the interval between minus 60 to plus 90 degrees Celsius (140 to 190 degrees Fahrenheit).

Plasma is GS-approved Plasma can be assembled in 30 seconds without the use of tools The chair only weighs 2.8 kilo (6 lbs.) Plasma has won 1st prize in the international red dot award, "Best of the Best" Plasma costs Euro 107,00 without armrests. Prices excl. VAT.

Design:
Erik Magnussen

Year:
1997/2005

Manufacturer:
Engelbrechts
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