atlanta 66 | 67
Design: Charles Polin
The cantilever chair of the atlanta range is available with armrest (atlanta 67) or without (atlanta 66). The extraordinary design of the solid steel tube frame turns atlanta into a real eye-catcher and facilitates a rapid, effective cleaning of floors due to the convenient hooking of the chair onto a table. Table edges and table tops are treated gently. This makes atlanta 66/67 an ideal seating accommodation for schools and their cafeterias. Numerous models of shells and upholstery provide creative freedom for design.
Creative and innovative thinking characterizes the holistic approach of designer Charles Polin, born in 1951 in Zurich.
After having completed his studies of industrial and interior design in Zurich with such important professors as the renowned design pioneer Willy Guhl, Polin successfully cooperated with famous designers and architects, among them Bruno Rey.
Charles Polin specializes in the design of public institutions and buildings. His competence lies in the conception, the construction as well as in the utilization of seating furniture. True to his philosophy of “design is the synthesis of form and function” and complemented by the objective of creating quality of life, numerous creations for furniture companies like Hiller Objektmoebel, Kusch + Co or Plank emerged, some of which have been chosen as winners of international design awards.