PP130 THE CIRCLE CHAIR, 1986
The idea of making a chair based on the most simple and elegant shape of them all, the circle, remained a distant dream until Hans J. Wegner eventually completed the design at the age of 72. This bright sparkle, this tickling thought, matured over a lifetime and became one of his most visionary projects, posing great challenges for PP Mblers workshop as its construction would push the limits of the possible.
Consequently the Circle Chair turned out to be one of Wegners most characteristic designs and it still offers great comfort and flexibility. One of the many appealing features of the Circle Chair is the fact that despite the size and comfort it is light and transparent, very practical and easy to move around.
The Circle Chair definitely elevates Wegner into the exclusive league of artists who performed consistently at a very high level throughout a long life.
The Max file (2009) includes all materials ready to be rendered in V-Ray.
The light rig does not include in the file.
The smoothed model has 561,368 polygons and 281,598 vertices.
The units of measurement used in the scene are millimeters.