'Floris' Chair, Designed by Günter Beltzig for Brüder Beltzig, Design, c. 1968


'Floris' Chair, Designed by Günter Beltzig for Brüder Beltzig
An early and scarce example, in orange polyester reinforced with fibreglass from the first series, which comprised only 35 and 50 items in various colours (red, green, orange, yellow), all of which were produced in Beltzig’s own workshop in Wuppertal.
In 1968 the chair was exhibited at the Cologne Furniture Fair, where Verner Panton presented his Visiona 0 concept for a new lifestyle. In these years, Beltzig primarily devoted himself to the design of revolutionary plastic furniture composed of flowing, plant-like forms composed of moulded, ergonomic casts. Originally conceived as an outdoor child’s chair, the Surrealist form of the “Floris” chair is based on a cast of Beltzig’s own body, which he then turned into an anthropomorphic seat object.
Height: 107 cm
Width: 37 cm
Depth: 60 cm
Seat Height: 41 cm


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